Redbrook Wood, a mixed age deciduous woodland in a quiet location near Barnburgh, South Yorkshire, 2.65 acres for £35,000 (freehold) [#F1625]
Gorgeous oak and beech trees tucked away in a quiet spot within a wider woodland, around 8 miles from Doncaster.
DN5 7EH (This is for the local area, not specific to the woodland).
Roadside entrance: ///utter.conga.factored
Ordnance Survey Grid References
OS Landranger Series Sheet No: 111
- Roadside gate: SE 483 040
- Centre of wood: SE 476 040
Redbrook Wood is a stunning beech and oak woodland with some incredible looking trees set in a lovely part of the Yorkshire countryside. With fields to the south and woodland on the other sides, it makes for a very tranquil retreat.
A recently upgraded track means getting to Redbrook Wood could not be easier. A hard stone track suitable for 2WD vehicles means you can enjoy the woodland whatever the weather. There is a short section of hard earth track to take you the final 40 metres into the woodland but this is on a flat section and will not impede access.
Under the fine oak and beech trees, there is a number of self-seeded, regenerating saplings vying for space and light in the canopy. There are also hazel, hawthorn, the odd ash and sycamore. Undoubtably the stand-out species is the beech in the southern part of the woodland, especially striking in the autumn months where the colours change and the yellows, reds, browns and greens create a stunning landscape.
Due to the thick leaves overhead that prevents light reaching the woodland floor, the ground vegetation is relatively thin on the ground, consisting mainly of low bramble and tree saplings.
Animals and birds are abundant in the woodland, and badgers, deer and birds of prey are known to be in the wider woodland and likely make use of Redbrook Wood to forage for food, or nest and rear their youngling.
If It Were Mine
A combination of manual and machine vegetation control and opening up the canopy to let light in, using the a thinning licence in place, might mean some bluebells or other wildflowers appear in spring.
I would put up bat boxes and owl boxes to try and encourage more wildlife to visit the woodland and perhaps a little hide nearby to enjoy observing any new visitors.
Please remember some management operations require approval and/or a licence.
To View This Woodland
You are welcome to view this woodland at any time during daylight hours. We do ask that you download a copy of these particulars and take them with you, mainly so you can correctly identify the boundaries and access points.
Residential Planning Permission
You are extremely unlikely to get residential planning permission for this woodland.
Directions & Access
- Head east out of Goldthorpe along the A635 towards the A1/M1 for approximately 1.5 miles.
- When you reach the village of Hickleton, turn right immediately after St Wilfrid’s Church onto Hickleton Road.
- Drive south along Hickleton Road towards Barnburgh for approximately 1 mile until you reach a double metal gate on the right-hand side (point X on the plan below).
- Drive through this gate (please close it afterwards).
- Continue down the hard farm track until you reach a second metal gate at the entrance to the woodland where there is a Woods4Sale sign (point A).
- Park in front of the gate and continue on foot (sorry, we do not provide keys for viewing).
- Climb the gate and walk down the stone track for approximately 300 metres until you reach a fork in the road (point B).
- Take the left-hand fork and continue walking for a further 200 metres and when you arrive at green paint on a wooden post on the left and a green spot on a tree on the right, this is the start of the woodland (point C).
- The eastern boundary indicated by blue paint on trees and posts.
- The southern boundary is the edge of the woodland with agricultural fields beyond.
- The western boundary is the centre of the powerlines as indicated by pink paint on occasional wooden posts.
- The northern boundary is indicated by green paint on trees and posts and runs in part along the eastern edge of the stone track (wooden posts are slightly offset from the edge of the track).
The sporting rights are owned and included in the sale. They are not let.
The mineral rights are owned and included in the sale except as reserved by statute.
Rights Of Way
- There is a right of way at all times and for all purposes over the route XABC on the plan below.
- There is a right of way over CD for the benefit of the woodland beyond.
- There are no public rights of way within the woodland.
- A shared maintenance clause covers all the rights of way with liability according to use.
There are no known fencing liabilities.
Part of the woodland is a Registered Parks and Gardens – Hickleton Hall and Hickleton Park Local Wildlife Site.
There are some restrictive covenants to protect the woodland and the environment. Please click on the button below to view these.
How To Buy
This woodland is being sold on a fixed price basis. We require the following information in writing before we mark a woodland as sold and take it off the market (please ensure you have funds in place before doing this):
- The name and price of the woodland
- Confirmation you have viewed the woodland
- Full name (including middle names), address, phone number and date of birth of all legal purchasers
- Confirmation of how you will fund the purchase
- The full contact details of your instructed solicitor (including name of company, contact name, email address, telephone number and full address)
Please click on the button below for more information.
Maps & Plans
Plans, areas and particulars are for reference only. They have been carefully checked by us but we cannot guarantee their accuracy and they do not form a part of any contract. Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves, and we will give as much help as possible with all information we have available.
Woods4Sale Ltd hereby give notice under section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979 of their interest in the land being sold.