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Bare Buck Wood, Suffolk - About 14 acres, £195,000

Bare Buck Wood
Bare Buck Wood
Suffolk

An extremely attractive large parkland woodland.

Bare Buck Wood is an amazing woodland offering both young and mature areas of trees set in a rolling park like setting.

The various areas of woodland that make up Bare Buck Wood offer wide diversity. Starting from the north on level ground you will find large oaks, cherry trees, mature ash as well as large pines. Moving south there are wide open areas with patches of bramble. The resident fallow and muntjac deer seem to love this area and are frequently seen here. Yet further south a bank drops away to the eastern boundary.

If you are quiet and keep still whilst sitting at the top of this bank you can rewarded with sightings of fallow deer as they meander along this bank. A large area of laurel offers excellent cover for both deer and the wildlife watcher. An old dilapidated wildlife tower stands just above the bank, previous owners realised this was a great place to sit and watch.

Due to the nature of the woodland it has a wonderful open feel. The trees have space and you can really see the beauty of the old oaks as the have been allowed to spread out to their full potential. There are plenty of places to camp and the woodland is large enough to disappear from sight with ease.

A haven for wildlife, fallow deer and muntjac deer are seen on a regular basis along with pheasants, woodcock, foxes, rabbits, buzzards to name a few. Sporting rights are included.

Named after a distinctive large fallow buck that is often seen standing on the bank, this wood offers an owner so many opportunities. Fallow deer are thought to have been wild in Suffolk for nearly a thousand years.

The woodland is only five miles North from the town of Ipswich and a short distance from both the A12 and A14 however feels very rural and offers owners a perfect countryside retreat.

Particulars and plans were prepared by our local manager, Matt Marples

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

Details

  • Price: £195,000 Freehold
  • Location: Barham, Ipswich, Suffolk
  • Size: About 14 acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 169
  • Grid ref: TM 131 521
  • Nearest post code: IP6 0PB

Boundaries:

The woods boundaries are marked with painted orange boundary stakes and markings on trees. The eastern boundary is the stone access ride. The southern and northern boundary are stakes and the western boundary is marked by concrete posts set back from the lane.

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Local manager

matt Matt Marples
07979 755 118
matt@woodlands.co.uk

Read more about Matt.

Description

Bare Buck Wood is an amazing woodland offering both young and mature areas of trees set in a rolling park like setting.

The various areas of woodland that make up Bare Buck Wood offer wide diversity. Starting from the north on level ground you will find large oaks, cherry trees, mature ash as well as large pines. Moving south there are wide open areas with patches of bramble. The resident fallow and muntjac deer seem to love this area and are frequently seen here. Yet further south a bank drops away to the eastern boundary.

If you are quiet and keep still whilst sitting at the top of this bank you can rewarded with sightings of fallow deer as they meander along this bank. A large area of laurel offers excellent cover for both deer and the wildlife watcher. An old dilapidated wildlife tower stands just above the bank, previous owners realised this was a great place to sit and watch.

Due to the nature of the woodland it has a wonderful open feel. The trees have space and you can really see the beauty of the old oaks as the have been allowed to spread out to their full potential. There are plenty of places to camp and the woodland is large enough to disappear from sight with ease.

A haven for wildlife, fallow deer and muntjac deer are seen on a regular basis along with pheasants, woodcock, foxes, rabbits, buzzards to name a few. Sporting rights are included.

Named after a distinctive large fallow buck that is often seen standing on the bank, this wood offers an owner so many opportunities. Fallow deer are thought to have been wild in Suffolk for nearly a thousand years.

The woodland is only five miles North from the town of Ipswich and a short distance from both the A12 and A14 however feels very rural and offers owners a perfect countryside retreat.

Particulars and plans were prepared by our local manager, Matt Marples

How to find this meadow

You are welcome to visit this meadow by yourself, but please ensure that you have a copy of these sales details with you - many of our meadows 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 169
Grid ref: TM 131 521
Nearest post code: IP6 0PB

Maps

Directions

  • From the A14 exit at junction 52 to Claydon.
  • Pass through Claydon on the Norwich Road and after 2.3 miles turn right onto Sandy Lane.
  • Travel up Sandy Lane past the first woodlands for sale sign.
  • After 0.5 mile you will see a second sign on the right, opposite Brick Kiln Lodge.
  • Turn Right here. You may have to open a double wooden gate.
  • Park to the right side of the second double metal gateway.
  • Walk around the side of the metal gate and follow the stone track in front of you.
  • At the junction with the stone track on the right turn right and follow around the corner.
  • The entrance to Bare Buck Wood is on the right after 200 metres.
  • For further details please look at plan number 3.
  • Please note the buyer will be provided with a key for full vehicular access.
  • Satnav/GPS note: the postcode IP6 0PB is for the point shown by the red dot on the location map.

Boundaries:

The woods boundaries are marked with painted orange boundary stakes and markings on trees. The eastern boundary is the stone access ride. The southern and northern boundary are stakes and the western boundary is marked by concrete posts set back from the lane.

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