Detached house for saleHigh Field Road, Ashton, Bainton
Sold STC £150,000
- Amenity Woodland
- Road Access
- Hardcore Entrance
- Approx. 15.7 Acres
- For Sale by Private Treaty
Full descriptionAn attractive parcel of woodland, benefiting from excellent road access and amenity potential.
The woodland has previously been used as part of a successful game shooting syndicate and features a large pheasant pen, deer stalking tower and seasonal pond. To the south eastern boundary of Lawn Wood lie the remains of Torpel Manor hunting lodge.
NOTE- Viewing strictly by appointment only. To arrange a viewing please contact the Agents.
SPORTING AND MINERAL RIGHTS
The sporting rights are owned and included in the sale.
A plan is attached showing the woodland edged red. It is for identification purposes only.
METHOD OF SALE
Lawn Wood is offered for sale by Private Treaty.
Please contact Mark Thomas tel: 01780 758009 or Monet Johnson, tel: 01780 761651
Strictly by appointment only. Please contact the Agent's to arrange a viewing.
WAYLEAVES AND EASEMENTS
The woodland is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleaves, easements and other rights whether referred to in these particulars or not.
The property is available freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Lawn Wood is situated along High Field Road to the south of the hamlet of Ashton, Cambridgeshire, falling within the Parish of Bainton. The woodland is conveniently located 10 minutes from the A1, 6 miles from the historic market town of Stamford and approximately 8 miles from the city of Peterborough.
An attractive parcel of conifers and mixed broadleaf species including Ash, Hazel and Sycamore, benefiting from excellent road access and amenity potential. The woodland boasts a quiet rural setting off a country lane and is surrounded by farmland. From the public road a secure gated access leads into the wood along a hardcore central track which runs east through the property. The woodland has previously been used as part of a successful game shooting syndicate and features a large pheasant pen, deer stalking tower and seasonal pond. Deer species found in the woodland include Fallow, Roe and Muntjac. To the south eastern boundary of Lawn Wood lie the remains of Torpel Manor hunting lodge. Whilst little beyond rubble masonry is left, there is enough to show that the building was of great strength, being a square of 40ft with walls 9ft thick. Reports by English Heritage state that pottery recovered during partial excavation of the site dated from the 12th to the 14th...
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