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New Woods for Sale

Firth Wood

Firth Wood
£29,000 | Dumfries and Galloway
Gatehouse of Fleet, Newton Stewart

Chalgrove Wood

Chalgrove Wood
£39,000 | Buckinghamshire
Great Hampden, High Wycombe

Garan Wood

Garan Wood
£45,000 | Fife
Leslie,

Hammer Wood

Hammer Wood
£25,000 | Buckinghamshire
Great Hampden, High Wycombe

Nymet Wood

Nymet Wood
£25,000 | Devon
Near Coldridge, Crediton

Forbes Wood

Forbes Wood
£59,000 | Yorkshire
Escrick, near York

Two Barrows Wood

Two Barrows Wood
£79,000 | Yorkshire
Troutsdale, Snainton, near Scarborough

Priory Meadow

Priory Meadow
£49,000 | Cumbria
Cumwhinton, Carlisle

Coed Caer - Fortress Wood

Coed Caer - Fortress Wood
£39,000 | Bridgend
Blackmill,

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