Spellowcroft Wood - Sold

Details for this wood

Guide price: £108,000 - Freehold
Size: Almost 6½ acres

Location: Tilney All Saints, Norfolk
OS Landranger: 131
Grid ref: TF 568 188
Nearest post code: PE34 4SP

Contact: Ben Williamson
Phone: 07958 213 914
Email: [email protected]

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The Land   Is good quality agricultural land separated into two parts by an internal drain. There will be a drainage rate but these are typically a few pounds per year. The Internal Drainage Board manage the water levels and drainage in the area. See Kings Lynn IDB  There is a good open area of grass at the front of the land and a comfrey bed to one side. There are no services laid on but a low voltage line passes over the estern bounday and the previous owner established an intricate rainwater collection system.  

The Cabin and shed   A robust and well-built cabin measuring approx 5.5 metres x 4.5 metres with a lean-to at the rear of 1.5 metres x 5.5 metres has plenty of space for overnighting while working on the land and in the woodland. There are two further sheds to the rear.  A very useful and solid store and open-fronted building (measuring 4.5m deep with 5m enclosed and 4.5 m open fronted) lies next to these. Both of these sets of buildings contain lots of bits of equipement and stores. They are all included in the sale and on balance there is more useful equipment than old bits and pieces which might need to be removed by the buyer. But the buildings are overgrown!

The woodland     On the west side are various varieties weaving willows and western red cedar. On the eastern side are a mix of broadleaved trees including oak, alder, ash and been. These have grown well and are now ready for thinning.

The Fruit trees     These are all old apple varieties from the 1800’s, drafted on short growing root stock, fruiting from the end August to October.  Pears include Conference and Williams, plums iclude Victoria and greengage. Trees. Some over-grown grape vines remain. Also present are black currants, red currants, green and red gooseberries. The cider apple trees are on standard root stock, about 6 different varieties for a full-bodied tradition cider.

Local history    Adjacent to the land is a scheduled ancient monument, see details HERE medeival enclosures and settlements

Access      Is either directly off Station Road, a public highway,  through the double metal gates or along the adjacent track, a right of way, through the single side gate.

Boundaries  Are, the roadside; the edge of the track to the northwest; then along the other sides it's the centre of the drains.

Parish is Tilney All Saints, district is Kings Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council in the county of Norfolk. In the local plan this is shown as Green Belt.

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Viewing:  You are welcome to visit this wood by yourself, but please ensure that you have a copy of these sales details with you - many of our woodlands do not have mobile phone reception or internet access so we recommend either printing the details or downloading them to your phone or tablet. Please take care when viewing as the great outdoors can contain unexpected hazards and woodlands are no exception.

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Spellowcroft Wood at Tilney All Saints is between Kings Lynn 15 mins and Sutton Bridge in Norfolk.

Click here for Bing Maps Directions  enter your own postcode, and click on the "Directions" box. This will take you to the gate, where you can park. Climb the gate and walk in.

Using the nearest postcode PE34 4SP is for the red spot on the location map.

Coordinates for your satnav are 52.743869, 0.323416







Please note: the particulars with plans, maps, descriptions and measurements are for reference only and although carefully checked we cannot guarantee their accuracy and do not form part of any contract. Any intending purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of these particulars.