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Blue Hill & Red Bank Wood, Ambleside, Cumbria

Guide Price 13.4 ac. | £60,000

Property Description

Commercial information

  • 13.5 acres (5.5 hectares)

Key features

  • Delightful combination of mature and young deciduous woodland on the easterly periphery of Ambleside.
  • Mature oak, ash and beech.
  • Young woodland area ready for first thinning.
  • Picturesque former quarry including waterfall.
  • Stunning views over Ambleside and Lake Windermere towards the fells.
  • Ground flora including Bluebells.
  • With the benefit of a finalised Woodland Management Plan.
  • Subject to rights for the public under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.
  • Abundance of wildlife, immense amenity value.
  • Of interest to local land and property owners, investors and those wanting to acquire 'a piece' of the Lake District to enjoy.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A prominent, extremely appealing mixed woodland of high amenity value. Located south east of the town with superb westerly views. Oak, Ash Sycamore, Cherry, Birch and Beech. Subject to the Countryside Rights of Way Act. About 13.49 acres [5.46 hectares].

BLUE HILL AND RED BANK WOODS
Ambleside, Cumbria
About 13.49 acres [5.46 hectares]
As shown edged red on the Sale Plan.

Blue Hill and Red Bank Woods lie above Ambleside on the slopes of Wansfell. They contain a mixture of mature oak and ash, plus an area of young woodland planted in the 1980s and now ready for thinning.

Generally the woodlands slope upwards from the westerly boundary and toward the fell. The higher parts have fine views to the Lake District Fells.

A former quarry area with a fine natural waterfall is fringed with mature tree specimens.

There is a gated access track to the lower parts of the wood, and footpaths sloping up to the Fell.

The woodland is home to a variety of wildlife and large quantities of bluebells, making a fine display in the spring.

Blue Hill is the lower section with mature trees, with Red Bank Wood above, which has a mixture of hardwood trees, planted in mid 1980’s.

Directions
Approaching Ambleside from the south turn right on to Old Lake Road. Take the third turning on your right, a very sharp turn on to Blue Hill Road. Continue to the top and park near to Stone Croft. Continue along Blue Hill Road to reach the woodland.

Location
Blue Hill and Red Bank Woods lie immediately to the east of Ambleside on the slopes of Wansfell, in the Lake District National Park. As shown edged red in the sale plan.

Services
Natural water supply.


POSSESSION & COMPLETION

Vacant possession on completion.


COUNTRYSIDE AND RIGHTS OF WAY ACT

The woodland is subject to the Countryside & Rights of Way Act 2000, which dedicates the land as open access for the public.


WOODLAND MANAGEMENT PLAN

A copy of the Forestry Commission approved Woodland Management Plan is available on request.


BOUNDARIES

The buyers will be responsible for the maintenance and repair of all boundary walls and fences.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
09 June 2016

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