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Laylands Wood - SOLD, North Yorkshire - Over 4 ¾ acres, £59,000

Laylands Wood - SOLD
Laylands Wood - SOLD
North Yorkshire

A peaceful mixed woodland in a picturesque and accessible part of the delightful North Yorkshire countryside.

Situated amongst attractive woodland and farm fields, Laylands Wood is planted with a mix of conifers such as pine, larch and spruce, of approximately 40 years old and growing straight and tall. Dotted amongst these are a good many deciduous trees too, such as oak and sycamore. Sycamore can also be found growing from coppice stools while oak saplings, that have seeded and regenerated themselves, are colonising areas where they find essential sunlight.

A hedgerow of mixed native plants extends around the boundary to the road, to the east and south, providing a thick privacy screen between the lane and the wood, with hawthorn, blackthorn, elder and more. The hedge is great for wildlife as are the patches of bramble strung along the edge: in dappled sunshine their flowers are covered in bees and butterflies buzzing and flitting in search of food.

Further into the woodland, in the south eastern corner, quite a number of hazel stools populate the understorey with some birch mixed in and adding further diversity.

Conveniently, it is relatively easy to get around in the wood; with a shallow incline up to a ridge and then back down again, ground cover is made up of ferns, wood sorrel and dogs mercury.

The wood takes its name Laylands, from a farm just to the west, part of the Kiplin Hall Estate until 1919. The final owner of Kiplin Hall was Bridget Talbot, a multi-talented women who supported soldiers on the Italian Front during World War One and invented a waterproof torch for life-jackets which undoubtedly saved many lives. Bridget set up a charitable trust to save Kiplin Hall for the nation.

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.

Details

  • Price: £59,000 Freehold
  • Location: Kiplin, near Richmond, North Yorkshire
  • Size: Over 4 ¾ acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 99
  • Grid ref: SE 273 987
  • Nearest post code: DL10 6AU

Boundaries:

Are marked in blue paint on posts on the western boundary. On the northern, southern and eastern boundaries, the 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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Description

Situated amongst attractive woodland and farm fields, Laylands Wood is planted with a mix of conifers such as pine, larch and spruce, of approximately 40 years old and growing straight and tall. Dotted amongst these are a good many deciduous trees too, such as oak and sycamore. Sycamore can also be found growing from coppice stools while oak saplings, that have seeded and regenerated themselves, are colonising areas where they find essential sunlight.

A hedgerow of mixed native plants extends around the boundary to the road, to the east and south, providing a thick privacy screen between the lane and the wood, with hawthorn, blackthorn, elder and more. The hedge is great for wildlife as are the patches of bramble strung along the edge: in dappled sunshine their flowers are covered in bees and butterflies buzzing and flitting in search of food.

Further into the woodland, in the south eastern corner, quite a number of hazel stools populate the understorey with some birch mixed in and adding further diversity.

Conveniently, it is relatively easy to get around in the wood; with a shallow incline up to a ridge and then back down again, ground cover is made up of ferns, wood sorrel and dogs mercury.

The wood takes its name Laylands, from a farm just to the west, part of the Kiplin Hall Estate until 1919. The final owner of Kiplin Hall was Bridget Talbot, a multi-talented women who supported soldiers on the Italian Front during World War One and invented a waterproof torch for life-jackets which undoubtedly saved many lives. Bridget set up a charitable trust to save Kiplin Hall for the nation.

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Location

OS Landranger: OS No 99
Grid ref: SE 273 987
Nearest post code: DL10 6AU

Maps

Directions

Laylands Wood is about 4 miles off the A1 between Richmond and Northallerton with the Yorkshire Dales to the west and North York Moors to the east.

Satnav: the postcode DL10 6SY is for the point shown by the red dot on the location map/s.

  • Travelling west on the B6271 from Great Langdon, look for the 'Woodlands for Sale' sign on the right.
  • Take the next right turn signed to Whitwell and Forest.
  • From Bolton-on-Swale direction take this left turn a short distance after the entrance to Kiplin Hall (on the right).
  • Continue along this lane, past the Ecolodges then turn sharp right.
  • After the S bend travel for a further 700 metres and then park opposite the entrance gate with the woodlands for sale sign.
  • Climb the gate and Laylands Wood is located to the left of the track.

Boundaries:

Are marked in blue paint on posts on the western boundary. On the northern, southern and eastern boundaries, the markings are on trees.

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