Ridings Copse - Sold

Details for this wood

Guide price: £79,000 - Freehold
Size: About 11 acres

Location: Ockham, Surrey
OS Landranger: 187
Grid ref: TQ 075 559
Nearest post code: GU23 6PA

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

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A rare opportunity to acquire an attractive broadleaf woodland in an area where woodlands are traditionally hard to find. Two linked triangular shaped woodlands of differing character: the northern area has good road frontage to Ockham Road and Long Reach while to the south the boundaries are with fields where open views can be enjoyed. Access can be taken off Long Reach, in particular there is a gate equidistant between the two woods.

The majority of Ridings Copse is classified as semi-natural ancient woodland and has the trees normally expected, including oaks, hazel, birch, sycamore and ash. To the north there are two ponds somewhat overgrown and silted and ready for restoration.



Our Maps (Click on a map to see a large version)

Our Maps


Ridings Copse lies central to an arc of towns from Guildford (7 miles) at the west to Woking (7 miles) Cobham (5 miles) and Leatherhead (10 miles) to the east.

For extra maps print from the Bing maps link below, use your browser print button though, for the OS maps.

Click here for Bing Maps Directions enter your own postcode, (the wood access track coordinates are already entered) and click on the blue "Go" box. This will take you to a parking area by the gate in Long Reach..

 For Satnav: the nearest postcode is GU23 6PA as shown by the red dot on the maps and the coordinates are: N51:17:34 and W0:27:32

Easy to fnd the wood is on the B2039 just south of Ockham on the road to East Horsley. Our 'For Sale' sign is just south of the fork to the lane known as Long Reach .

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.