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Fellside, Hexham, Northumberland

Under Offer £1,200,000

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The CLOSING DATE FOR OFFERS will be 12 Noon, Friday 21st September

The Tyne Valley Woodlands provide an excellent opportunity to acquire well managed commercial woodlands with high amenity. Much of the woodland is at a productive age and
could be immediately felled subject to consents to return substantial income with major tax breaks.

Dukes House Wood (Lot 1) is well shaped and extends to approximately 269 acres. With a significant number of mature timber stands, the woodland is mainly coniferous, notably with
Scots Pine and Larch planted in the 1930’s, 1950’s and 1960’s.

The woodland has been generally well managed and benefits from good internal access to the various compartments, which also serve to enhance access and enjoyment for amenity

Horsley Wood (Lot 2) extends to approximately 134 acres of predominantly mature and semi-mature mixed species woodland with a wide range of broadleaved varieties, including
Sycamore and Beech.

Plantings date from the 1860’s, though substantial planting took place in the 1930’s, 1960’s and 1990’s. The woodland has been well managed and benefits from a number of productive stands that could be harvested immediately subject to consents.

Full woodland stocking schedules are available in the Data Pack.

Dukes House Wood and Horsley Wood are situated within a short distance of one another in the heart of the Northumbrian Tyne Valley, celebrated for its attractive and historic rolling
landscape spanning the course of the Tyne River.

Dukes House Wood (Lot 1) commands a position overlooking the historic market town of Hexham and is easily accessed from the B6306 public highway and thereafter benefits from a number of hard surfaced internal access ways and rides.

Horsley Wood (Lot 2), situated ¾ of a mile south of the village of Horsley and on the periphery of Wylam village, is separated
from the River Tyne by the Wylam to Ovingham Road adjacent, which also provides access to the woodland.

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11 April 2013

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