Property for saleArea of Woodland, Awre
Sold STC £60,000
Awre was a Saxon hamlet mentioned in the Cartulary of AD 832 and also in the Doomsday book. It has predominantly period buildings set around the adjacent 12thCentury historic church. It offers incredible peace and tranquillity with excellent views and is within easy reach of Gloucester (14.4 miles) and the M5 to the North or Bristol (27 miles) and the M4 to the South. The attractive villages of Newham on Severn (3 miles) and Blakeney (3.2 miles) provide a number of facilities for day to day needs. The Forest of Dean is famed for its ancient woodland and was reserved for Royal Hunting before 1066. It continues to offer a wonderful array of outdoor pursuits including bridal paths, walks, mountain biking trails and outstanding views.
Interested clients are requested to enquire with the Forest of Dean District Council for any alternative/planning usage – maybe the likes of paintball games area for example (subject to consent).
DIRECTIONS: FROM OUR LYDNEY OFFICE HEAD TOWARDS GLOUCESTER ON THE A48, DRIVE THROUGH THE VILLAGE OF BLAKENEY, OPPOSITE THE CHURCH TURN RIGHT TOWARDS AWRE, ON THE LEFT YOU WILL SEE TWO RED BRICK AGRICULTURAL COTTAGES, THE SECOND COTTAGE HAS A GRAVEL TRACK WHICH LEADS UP TO AN OLD RAILWAY BRIDGE, THE GROUND CAN BE DENOTED BY OUR SALE BOARD.
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