Woodlands for sale in Northern Ireland
2 Woodlands for sale found in Northern Ireland.
over 4½ acres
Young but beautiful, white barked birch and oak woodland, ready for thinning for firewood.
almost 3½ acres
Mature oak and beech trees and a long frontage to Upper Lough Erne on an untouched island - secluded but accessible, being less than two hours from Belfast.
about 4⅓ acres
Young but beautiful, white barked birch and oak woodland with good local and regional access.
Bluebell Island and Meadow
about 3½ acres
A wildflower meadow, a river and a bluebell covered wooded island bounded by an ox bow lake.
over 5 acres
A medium sized birch wood in the hills above the River Faughan, within sight of the walled city of Derry / Londonderry.
about 8½ acres
A substantial, young woodland with great potential, easily accessible from Belfast.
over 3⅓ acres
Drumlin Wood is an island gem of ancient woodland in the fascinating landscape of the Fermanagh Lakeland, less than two hours' travelling time from Belfast.
over 3½ acres
A rare opportunity to own an island woodland in the fabulous Upper Lough Erne, less than two hours' travel from Belfast. Aspen Wood lies on Deal Island, formerly part of the historic Belle Isle Estate.
about 8½ acres
A young mixed woodland with excellent river frontage, close to Coleraine.
about 6⅔ acres
The townland of Craigalappan lends its name to this very varied small woodland with semi-mature broadleaved trees, overgrown hedgerows, low shrubs and open heath, with fine views.
about 1¼ ac
An extremely accessible small oak plantation with well cared for trees.
about 3⅓ acres
A very accessible young, predominantly birch woodland on the lower slopes of Slievekirk mountain, with extensive views of Lough Foyle and Donegal, in the lush Faughan Valley.
Cuilcagh Wood and Meadows
about 6½ acres
Fermanagh in a microcosm - Cuilcagh Wood showcases the best of Fermanagh scenery, with far reaching views of mountain and lough, beautiful wild flowers, natural woodland and includes lough frontage and shore.
over 2 acres
Small, south facing quiet young woodland with a mixture of native species and a grassland area less than ½ hr from Belfast.
about 3⅓ acres
Armada Wood is a small, young woodland, planted on former agricultural land, and predominantly coniferous, which is accessible and located close to the scenic north coast and Antrim glens. It has great potential for a base from which to explore all the area has to offer, as well as offering the keen amateur forester the chance to develop the crop of young trees into a fine stand through careful thinning and high pruning, and perhaps produce their own firewood and timber.
over 6 acres
Railway Wood is a peaceful haven less than half an hour's drive away from the hustle and bustle of central Belfast. A young broadleaved woodland, it takes its name from its proximity to two railway lines, one to the north and one to the south.