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Drumsill Wood, Antrim - Over 2 acres, £25,000

 Drumsill Wood
Drumsill Wood
Antrim

Small, south facing quiet young woodland with a mixture of native species and a grassland area less than ½ hr from Belfast.

Drumsill Wood lies in the townland of Drumsill, about 3 miles from Lisburn.

With a sheltered southerly aspect, it incorporates an area of meadow along its southern boundary, with the woodland sloping gently to the north. This orientation ensures that Drumsill Wood captures more of the sun's rays!

Ash and silver birch trees predominate, with groups of oak, hazel and Scots pine. The birch has grown particularly well and forms an attractive backdrop to the wood.

With judicial thinning of the ash, a clearing could be created in the middle of the area ideal for camping and outdoor activities, with perhaps the introduction of more young trees to further develop the species and age diversity. The ash is of an ideal size for producing first rate firewood.

Drumsill Wood’s compact size makes it ideal for anyone new to woodland ownership as it will be easy to manage, and offers great opportunities for an appreciation of the outdoors. Furthermore, its location is very accessible where there is a right of way along the solid track leading from the wooden roadside gate to the wood. Here there is plenty of space for parking.

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: £25,000 Freehold
  • Location: Mazetown, Lisburn, Antrim
  • Size: Over 2 acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 20
  • Grid ref: J 217 635
  • Nearest post code: BT28 2TJ

Boundaries:

The western and southern boundaries are marked with mauve coloured posts; the northern and eastern boundaries follow pre-existing hedgerows. North east corner marked with steel pipe driven into ground; south east corner marked by steel gate post. Remaining boundary markers consist of round posts or trees, which in the case of hedge lines may be near rather than on the boundary owing to the difficulty of marking the exact boundary in the hedge.

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Local manager

andrew-clark Andrew Clark
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Description

Drumsill Wood lies in the townland of Drumsill, about 3 miles from Lisburn.

With a sheltered southerly aspect, it incorporates an area of meadow along its southern boundary, with the woodland sloping gently to the north. This orientation ensures that Drumsill Wood captures more of the sun's rays!

Ash and silver birch trees predominate, with groups of oak, hazel and Scots pine. The birch has grown particularly well and forms an attractive backdrop to the wood.

With judicial thinning of the ash, a clearing could be created in the middle of the area ideal for camping and outdoor activities, with perhaps the introduction of more young trees to further develop the species and age diversity. The ash is of an ideal size for producing first rate firewood.

Drumsill Wood’s compact size makes it ideal for anyone new to woodland ownership as it will be easy to manage, and offers great opportunities for an appreciation of the outdoors. Furthermore, its location is very accessible where there is a right of way along the solid track leading from the wooden roadside gate to the wood. Here there is plenty of space for parking.

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.

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 20
Grid ref: J 217 635
Nearest post code: BT28 2TJ

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Directions

Drumsill Wood lies three miles west of Lisburn.

1.Click here for Bing Maps Directions enter your own postcode, (the coordinates for the entrance on Dagger Road are already entered).

2. For Satnav: the nearest postcode is BT28 2TJ on Dagger Road, as shown by the red dot on the maps: the coordinates are: N54.506648 W6.1194475 for the entranceway.

Travelling from Belfast and Lisburn, take the A3 Moira Road from Lisburn. In the village of Maze, turn right at the crossroads onto Dagger Road.

Travelling from the west, exit the M1 at Junction 9, take the A3 towards Lisburn, and turn left at the crossroads in the village of Maze onto Dagger Road.

After ½ mile you will find the entrance on the left via a timber gate. Follow the stoned track for 150m to a crossroads then turn right to reach Drumsill Wood.

Travelling from the north, take the A26 past Belfast International Airport until you reach Upper Ballinderry. Turn left onto the B104 Ballinderry Road. After about 4 miles turn right onto Cross Lane opposite Magheragall Church. After ½ mile fork right onto Dagger Road, and the entrance is ½ mile further on on your right via a timber gate. Follow the stoned track for 150m to a crossroads then turn right to reach Drumsill Wood.

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Boundaries:

The western and southern boundaries are marked with mauve coloured posts; the northern and eastern boundaries follow pre-existing hedgerows. North east corner marked with steel pipe driven into ground; south east corner marked by steel gate post. Remaining boundary markers consist of round posts or trees, which in the case of hedge lines may be near rather than on the boundary owing to the difficulty of marking the exact boundary in the hedge.

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