Woodlands for sale in North Wales
7 Woodlands for sale found in North Wales (including Anglesey Gwynedd Conwy Denbighshire Flintshire Wrexham northern Powys ).
Cae Ewig is a south facing hillside meadow with a small mixed mature woodland, it has access to a small ford across a stream.
A mostly cleared felled site with massive views over the rolling countryside, Coed Ewig boasts hidden flat clearings for secluded campsites and the potential for an exciting future project.
Coed Bedw Arian - Llangurig
Coed Bedw Arian, Silver Birch Woodland, is a north facing dense woodland with lots of potential. At nearly 380m at its highest point, it has expansive views over the rolling countryside.
Coed Criafol Goch - Llangurig
over 5 acres
Coed Criafol Goch, Red Rowen wood, is a north facing dense woodland with a diverse mix of new broadleaf and some more mature coniferous trees.
Coed Pen Y Bont (Pen Y Bont Wood)
almost 11½ acres
This peaceful south facing woodland nestles on the flanks of Cadair Idris, with a flat clearing that is very attractive for camping.
A mixed, mature woodland with fine views and close to the walled town of Conwy in the north-west corner of Wales.
Although close to the busy A55 the top of the woodland offers quieter areas to enjoy.
Coed Castell (Castle Wood)
3 ¼ acres
A mixed woodland with fine views and close to the walled town of Conwy in the north-west corner of Wales.
Coed Pentyrch is a south facing woodland with a variety of trees, coniferous and deciduous, and lines of magnificent old oaks.
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase the long leasehold of an ancient woodland, with magnificent views across to Harlech castle, Portmeirion and the Dwyryd Estuary. Nestled in Parc Eryri, Snowdonia National Park, the woodland is broadleaf and new growth, with upper flat areas perfect for camping.
Coed Pwll Y Bedol
Pwll y Bedol is a unique area, with a lake, meadow land and small, mixed broadleaf and young tree, woodland.
Cae Ffynnon is a large quiet meadow land separated into three distinct areas, hidden away from the world with mature tree borders. Cae Ffynnon has a long forgotten well and an old stone barn which if renovated, will add benefits to this sunny south facing meadow.
Cae Canol, the middle field, is a beautifully enclosed meadow with a water source and established tree boundaries.
Cae Erfyl is a steep sun catching south facing meadow. It has a flat area with superb views at the top, which drops down to an area of mature broadleaf trees. The meadow is divided into two by a thin line of towering Ash and the remains of an old boundary wall.
Cors Gwyddau (Geece Moorland) is a large flat meadowland with a recently restored pond and large grass area.
Coed Ffordd Hir
over 4 acres
Ffordd Hir means long road and that's what this woodland is about. An ancient right of way is framed by lovely Oaks and Ash, with hazel and birch in the upper land.
Coed Bwlch Coch
almost 4¼ acres
A mature woodland high on the south facing flanks of Moel Bentwrch. Well developed tracks up to and around an historic long barn provide a lot of opportunities to enjoy and develop this woodland.
Coed Pen y Bwlch
Coed Pen Y Bwlch is a woodland of two halves, with a meadow and tall firs in the upper part of the woodland, and a wide variety of trees and mature oaks below an accessible track to its centre.
Coed Dwyfor (Dwyfor Wood)
A mixed broadleaf woodland located a couple of miles away from the lovely seaside town of Criccieth.
Coed Hen Gapel (Old Chapel Wood)
Coed Hen Gapel is a mixed broadleaf woodland located a couple of miles away from the lovely seaside town of Criccieth.