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Rushcliffe Wood, Nottinghamshire - Just under 4.5 acres, £49,000

Rushcliffe Wood

The contrast between the russet red trunks and the dark green foliage of the Scots pine in Rushcliffe Wood is striking, particularly when illuminated by low evening sunlight. Scots pines are the most common tree in much of the wood, but towards the east there are quite a number of majestic oaks among the evergreens.

During spring and early summer, the wood is alive with a crescendo of birdsong. Taking a moment to listen from the support of a rustic bench, a short distance from the ride-stop, the trained ear may pick out the calls of robins, blackbirds, great tits, blue tits, tree creepers, jays, chiff-chaffs, to name but a few and even the buzzard's mew as they soar overhead.

Rushcliffe Wood is accessed via a good internal track to the eastern boundary and the ride-stop. A path then gives access into the wood and around the old pheasant pen and self-seeded hawthorn trees: these giving berries, Autumn forage for bird life building stores for winter. To the north there is a narrow section of wild meadow around the woodland edge, full of willows and birch, which in the summertime is a great butterfly and invertebrate habitat.

Beyond this valuable meadow, a small stream forms the northern boundary. This watercourse flows year-round, except in the driest of summers and is therefore an excellent draw for resident wildlife.

Both roe deer and muntjac frequent the woodland often using regular tracks to move around – ideal if you were interested in capturing these secretive creatures on a trail-cam or camera trap.

The wood takes its name from the borough of Rushcliffe, in which it is situated. Taken from old English, Rushcliffe means "cliff where brushwood grows": from Old English "hris" - "brushwood" and "clif" - "cliff". The borough has seen numerous high placings as 'Best place to live in the United Kingdom' by the Halifax quality of life survey, which examines quality of life factors such as weather, crime rates and life expectancy and, at the time of writing, holds 13th place (lucky for some). Incidentally, the Orkney Islands took the crown.

The purchasers of the woodland will be asked to enter into a covenant to ensure the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of adjoining woodlands and meadows.

  • Price: £49,000 Freehold
  • Location: Cotgrave, near Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
  • Size: Just under 4.5 acres for sale

Boundaries:

Boundary markings are in orange on posts along the southern and western boundaries. The northern boundary has a stream and eastern boundary is defined by a track and markings are on trees.

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Local manager

dan Dan Watson
07970 116 515 or 0113 286 3701
dan@woodlands.co.uk

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How to find this woodland

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/tablet/laptop.

Do remember to also check that it is still available for sale. If you have seen the woodland and wish to be accompanied on a second more detailed visit please contact our local manager.

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Location

OS Landranger: OS No 129
Grid ref: SK 647 330
Nearest post code: NG12 5PG

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Directions

Just 10 miles from the centre of Nottingham and 20 miles north of Leicester.

For Directions From Google Maps click here, enter your own postcode, (entrance coordinates are already entered) and click on the blue "Get Directions" box. This is the entrance in Laming Gap Lane.

Satnav: the postcode NG12 5PG is for the point shown by the red dot on the location map/s. The A46 north of the wood is new and satnavs may get confused. If heading south down the A46 it is best to use maps too.

Directions.

From the South:-

From the West:-

Laming Gap Lane:-

Boundaries:

Boundary markings are in orange on posts along the southern and western boundaries. The northern boundary has a stream and eastern boundary is defined by a track and markings are on trees.

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