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Sauchie Wood, South Aberdeenshire - About 7 acres, £49,500

Sauchie Wood
Sauchie Wood
South Aberdeenshire

A mixed woodland with excellent internal access track and southwesterly aspects, set in a peaceful rural location: a very appealing amenity woodland.

Description:

Sauchie Wood is a very attractive woodland, ideal for enjoying the delights of the countryside whether camping, bird watching, walking, wildlife conservation or simply producing logs to keep the home fires burning. Conifers including Scots pine, Sitka spruce, Norway spruce and larch mingle with birch, rowan, ash and oaks amongst the light and private open spaces in the eastern parts. Its mixed canopy provides shelter for the array of birdlife and other diverse fauna, flora and fungi which flourish throughout the surrounding woodlands and rural area. The woodland has fine open views over arable fields to the south, and west to the Grampian foothills in the distance.

Internal access is provided by a private hard stone track inside the northern boundary. Neighbouring Penmuir Wood will have a right of access over this section of hard stone track as shown in green on the detailed map.

There is plenty of mature timber within the woodland that will provide ample material for all manner of projects , the internal tracks are in good condition allowing for easy extraction of timber. There is an old caravan set on a good piece of hardstanding, and that has use as a storage facility.

Access: is off the B974, through a shared single gate, and along a 20m section of a shared private hard track adjacent to the northwest corner boundary over which Sauchie Wood has a full right of access for all purposes.

Sporting Rights: These are owned and included with the land.

Special Rights/Wayleaves: a right is reserved for the benefit of the retained land to clean the main open water drain along the eastern boundary of Sauchie Wood.

Pitgarvie Woodlands: which Sauchie Wood is part of, are situated in idyllic, historic and very peaceful rural surroundings. The trees are a diverse mixture of species and ages and have been sympathetically managed. Currently mature Scots pine, young spruce and birch are dominant, but there are significant areas of mixed broadleaves including rowan, oak and alder. Red squirrels, deer, hare with lots of small mammals and birds including woodpecker inhabit the woods. There are grants for encouraging capercaille which occupied the area until recent times.

Surrounding Area: Nearby are the tourist villages of Edzell, with its hidden "rocks of solitude" walk along the North Esk river, and Fettercairn with its working distillery. Slightly further afield are Glamis Castle and Lunan Bay beach and the fishing town of Montrose. Dundee and Aberdeen are each approximately 35 mins drive.

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Details

  • Price: £49,500 Freehold
  • Location: nr. Fettercairn, Brechin, South Aberdeenshire
  • Size: About 7 acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 45
  • Grid ref: NO 665 699
  • Nearest post code: AB30 1PX

Boundaries:

Boundaries are clearly indicated with red markings on trees and freestanding or fencing posts.

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Local manager

torquilandrachel Torquil Varty and Rachel Bower
07803 903 203 or 01307 467393
torquilandrachel@woodlands.co.uk

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Description

Description:

Sauchie Wood is a very attractive woodland, ideal for enjoying the delights of the countryside whether camping, bird watching, walking, wildlife conservation or simply producing logs to keep the home fires burning. Conifers including Scots pine, Sitka spruce, Norway spruce and larch mingle with birch, rowan, ash and oaks amongst the light and private open spaces in the eastern parts. Its mixed canopy provides shelter for the array of birdlife and other diverse fauna, flora and fungi which flourish throughout the surrounding woodlands and rural area. The woodland has fine open views over arable fields to the south, and west to the Grampian foothills in the distance.

Internal access is provided by a private hard stone track inside the northern boundary. Neighbouring Penmuir Wood will have a right of access over this section of hard stone track as shown in green on the detailed map.

There is plenty of mature timber within the woodland that will provide ample material for all manner of projects , the internal tracks are in good condition allowing for easy extraction of timber. There is an old caravan set on a good piece of hardstanding, and that has use as a storage facility.

Access: is off the B974, through a shared single gate, and along a 20m section of a shared private hard track adjacent to the northwest corner boundary over which Sauchie Wood has a full right of access for all purposes.

Sporting Rights: These are owned and included with the land.

Special Rights/Wayleaves: a right is reserved for the benefit of the retained land to clean the main open water drain along the eastern boundary of Sauchie Wood.

Pitgarvie Woodlands: which Sauchie Wood is part of, are situated in idyllic, historic and very peaceful rural surroundings. The trees are a diverse mixture of species and ages and have been sympathetically managed. Currently mature Scots pine, young spruce and birch are dominant, but there are significant areas of mixed broadleaves including rowan, oak and alder. Red squirrels, deer, hare with lots of small mammals and birds including woodpecker inhabit the woods. There are grants for encouraging capercaille which occupied the area until recent times.

Surrounding Area: Nearby are the tourist villages of Edzell, with its hidden "rocks of solitude" walk along the North Esk river, and Fettercairn with its working distillery. Slightly further afield are Glamis Castle and Lunan Bay beach and the fishing town of Montrose. Dundee and Aberdeen are each approximately 35 mins drive.

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 45
Grid ref: NO 665 699
Nearest post code: AB30 1PX

Maps

Directions

Sauchie Wood is located between Brechin and Laurencekirk about 3 miles from the A90. Fettercairn village is about 2 miles to the north.

  • Travelling along the A90 dual carriageway, take the turn for the B974 and head towards Fettercairn.
  • Pass the turning to Luthermuir and continue on to the next crossroads. This was the old Sauchieburn pub , now closed. Continue on for 100m and the entrance is on the right.
  • Please park safely off the public road when viewing.
  • Satnav/GPS note: the postcode AB30 1PX
    is for the point shown by the red dot on the location maps. For those without satnav/gps why not use Green Flag routefinder to plan your route?

Boundaries:

Boundaries are clearly indicated with red markings on trees and freestanding or fencing posts.

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