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Troon Wood, Cornwall - About 2 ½ acres, £45,000

Troon Wood
Troon Wood
Cornwall

An open mixed broadleaved woodland with bluebells set in a peaceful part of west Cornwall close to the coast.

Planted around 25-30 years ago, Troon Wood has become quickly established as a charming broadleaved woodland. The well spaced trees have formed a canopy and ground conditions are open and easy to get around.

The woodland slopes gently north westwards at the lower side and steeper at the far south eastern side. Plenty of light penetrates to the woodland floor allowing ground flora to flourish.

Trees

A mix of broadleaved trees such as oak, sweet-chestnut and sycamore, with an understory of mostly holly and hazel. The trees have thrived on the free draining, slightly acidic loamy soil.

The sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) is already at a size where it could be coppiced to provide some timber for small scale woodland projects as part of a coppice rotation under a felling license. Sweet chestnut is a very durable timber, ideal for outdoor uses, including fencing as it contains naturally occurring tannins. Also important for wildlife as it's flowers contain a rich source of nectar for bees and other insects. A number of micro moth species feed on the nuts and leaves.

Wildlife

There are signs of badgers using the woodland via established paths through the bluebells along with 'snuffle holes' where they have been digging for earth worms.

Both foxes and deer pass through the woodland.

Troon Wood is important for insects with the larger, old oak trees at the northern edge of the woodland supporting more biodiversity than any other native tree.

The ground is rich in plant species such as ferns, primroses and a sea of bluebells in parts of the woodland.

Features

An old entrance with historic granite posts can be found at the south west corner of Troon Wood.

There is a wood bank along the southern boundary and a double tree lined bank at the north which is shown to be an cart track on old maps.

Access, tracks and footpaths

From the quiet country lane that leads to the woodland there is a good stone track lined with hedgerow flowers. There is a parking space along the edge of Troon Wood and an old access way into the woodlands at the south west tip of the woodland.

There are no public footpaths within Troon Wood.

Rights and covenants

Sporting rights are in hand.

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.

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.

Activities

Perfect for enjoyment of nature and wildife as well as occasional camping or as a green woodworking base.

Local area and history

Troon Wood is set in a very scenic and peaceful location - Troon being a local village with the name Troon being an old Briton name for cape or nose of land prominant in the area. There are plenty of attractions in the surrounding area, the main attraction is the close proximity of the southern coastline of Cornwall with the fishing port of Porthleven less than 4 miles to the south of Troon Wood. Other beaches and places of note within easy reach include Marazion and St Michael's Mount at the north west, Prussia Cove, Praa Sands and the Lizard at the south east.

You could enjoy a trip on the heritage Helston railway whilst just a few miles away near Wendron is Poldark mine, part of the Cornish mining world heritage site.

Particulars and plans were prepared by our local manager, Stuart Brooking.

Details

  • Price: £45,000 Freehold
  • Location: Sithney Green, Helston, Cornwall
  • Size: About 2 ½ acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 103
  • Grid ref: SW 649 295
  • Nearest post code: TR13 0RT

Boundaries:

All boundaries are indicated with blue markings on posts and trees.

The northern & southern boundaries are old hedge banks.

The western boundary is along the edge of the access track.

The eastern boundary is indicated by a line of fence posts.

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Local manager

stuart Stuart Brooking
07801 789215 or 01392 436229
stuart@woodlands.co.uk

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Description

Planted around 25-30 years ago, Troon Wood has become quickly established as a charming broadleaved woodland. The well spaced trees have formed a canopy and ground conditions are open and easy to get around.

The woodland slopes gently north westwards at the lower side and steeper at the far south eastern side. Plenty of light penetrates to the woodland floor allowing ground flora to flourish.

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.

Trees

A mix of broadleaved trees such as oak, sweet-chestnut and sycamore, with an understory of mostly holly and hazel. The trees have thrived on the free draining, slightly acidic loamy soil.

The sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) is already at a size where it could be coppiced to provide some timber for small scale woodland projects as part of a coppice rotation under a felling license. Sweet chestnut is a very durable timber, ideal for outdoor uses, including fencing as it contains naturally occurring tannins. Also important for wildlife as it's flowers contain a rich source of nectar for bees and other insects. A number of micro moth species feed on the nuts and leaves.

Wildlife

There are signs of badgers using the woodland via established paths through the bluebells along with 'snuffle holes' where they have been digging for earth worms.

Both foxes and deer pass through the woodland.

Troon Wood is important for insects with the larger, old oak trees at the northern edge of the woodland supporting more biodiversity than any other native tree.

The ground is rich in plant species such as ferns, primroses and a sea of bluebells in parts of the woodland.

Features

An old entrance with historic granite posts can be found at the south west corner of Troon Wood.

There is a wood bank along the southern boundary and a double tree lined bank at the north which is shown to be an cart track on old maps.

Access, tracks and footpaths

From the quiet country lane that leads to the woodland there is a good stone track lined with hedgerow flowers. There is a parking space along the edge of Troon Wood and an old access way into the woodlands at the south west tip of the woodland.

There are no public footpaths within Troon Wood.

Rights and covenants

Sporting rights are in hand.

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.

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.

Activities

Perfect for enjoyment of nature and wildife as well as occasional camping or as a green woodworking base.

Local area and history

Troon Wood is set in a very scenic and peaceful location - Troon being a local village with the name Troon being an old Briton name for cape or nose of land prominant in the area. There are plenty of attractions in the surrounding area, the main attraction is the close proximity of the southern coastline of Cornwall with the fishing port of Porthleven less than 4 miles to the south of Troon Wood. Other beaches and places of note within easy reach include Marazion and St Michael's Mount at the north west, Prussia Cove, Praa Sands and the Lizard at the south east.

You could enjoy a trip on the heritage Helston railway whilst just a few miles away near Wendron is Poldark mine, part of the Cornish mining world heritage site.

Particulars and plans were prepared by our local manager, Stuart Brooking.

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 103
Grid ref: SW 649 295
Nearest post code: TR13 0RT

Maps

Directions

Road Directions

  • Take A394 from Truro/Falmouth and head towards Helston
  • Leave Helston on the Penzance road
  • Turn right approx 1½ miles out of Helston at the sign posted B3302 (immediately before a car dealership and brown sign)
  • Continue on this road for approx 1½ miles coming to a forked junction.
  • Take right hand fork on the B3303 signed Camborne
  • Just after the Crown Inn on the left turn right (signed Trevarno).

Alternatively:

  • From A30 Pool (Camborne) junction, turn right coming down through Tuckingmill.
  • Pick up the B3303 Helston/Camborne road which will pass through Praze-an-Beeble and Nancegollan
  • Coming out of Nancegollan go past the brown sign for a further 300 yards. Turn left (signed Trevarno)

In either case:

  • After around 1/4 mile turn right, again signed Trevarno
  • Continue down this road for 1 mile.
  • Turn left at Corner Cottage, over the small bridge and take the track on the right just by a sign for Higher Roseawen
  • Follow this track for around 100 metres, where a smaller track branches off to the right - this is the track to Troon Wood.
  • Follow the track up and over a small hill you will see the entrance track into the woodland on your right with the 'Troon Wood' name sign.
  • Carry on 30 metres after the entrance to find the parking area off the main track on the right.

Satnav/GPS note: the postcode TR13 0RT is for the point shown by the red dot on the two location maps.

Boundaries:

All boundaries are indicated with blue markings on posts and trees.

The northern & southern boundaries are old hedge banks.

The western boundary is along the edge of the access track.

The eastern boundary is indicated by a line of fence posts.

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