Myland Meadow £79,000 Freehold
- Clawton, Holsworthy, Devon
- about 4 ½ acres
- Tree planting land
Dreamy views from Myland Meadow
Ride stop at entrance
A patchwork of pasture and woodland can be enjoyed from the top of the meadow
Woodland shaw in view at the bottom of the meadow
Looking east towards neighbouring woodland
Looking down the eastern boundary
Spectactular views west from the eastern boundary
Walking down towards the woodland shaw
Private internal stoned track in the north east corner of the parcel
The woodland shaw adds biodiversity to the land
A clearing in the woods, ideal for a spot of camping
A low lying stream in the woodland
Dappled light coming through from a low winter sun
The woodland provides habitats for woodland birds and mammals, and connects to larger woodland nearby, thereby acting as a wildlife corridor
The woodland also provides a useful seed source for the open land
Boundary features are marked with turquoise paint
Peeking out from the woodland to the meadow
Boundary where the woodland meets the open land
Looking back up the meadow
Far stretching views from the entrance
Generous private parking area
The elevated position of Myland Meadow affords it impressive views across Devon’s Ruby Country; the rolling countryside surrounding the market towns of Holsworthy and Hatherleigh. With lush pastures dropping away towards a belt of woodland on lower ground, this mixed parcel of land would ideally suit those with conservation, environmental or amenity interests. Launceston is 12 miles to the South, Bude 13 miles to the west and Holsworthy 3 miles to the north-west.
The meadow is accessed via a stoned track from an unnamed public highway, which terminates in a generous area of hardstanding at the entrance where vehicles can be parked. 180 degree panoramic views of a patchwork of pastureland and woodland can be enjoyed from this vantage point. The open land slopes gradually away from the hedgerow at the top of the field away from the entrance. A line of post and rail fencing demarcates the western boundary, which could be enhanced with the planting of a new hedgerow. The western boundary is formed by a fence which divides the meadow from neighbouring woodland to the east.
As one reaches the bottom of the open land there is a private internal track on the right hand side which runs alongside the belt of woodland at the northern edge of the parcel. The woodland shaw provides both habitats for a plethora of wildlife as well as a valuable seed source for the open land, aiding the process of natural regeneration. The woodland links up with other larger sections of woodland, thereby providing important corridors through which woodland mammals, such as badgers and deer, can traverse. The woodland itself is a mix of deciduous species, both standard and coppice.
The meadow has had an agricultural history having being cut for hay in recent years and is well suited to the establishment of new woodland, as shown by the flourishing mature woodlands in the immediate vicinity. It would be appropriate for those interested in tree planting for both amenity and carbon offsetting purposes. The land may also benefit from the creation of pond, which would further diversify the landscape and provide habitats for aquatic animals, insects and other pondlife.
Myland Meadow offers the opportunity to secure a private corner of this special part of Devon; a place to retreat to and escape the travails of normal life. The land has excellent amenity appeal and ample opportunity for new woodland creation.
In terms of finding the meadow, at the top of Bendibus Hill there is a crossroads (Bendibus Cross) on the corner of which is a “Planting Land” sign, at which point you turn left (due west) for roughly 400m. The entrance to the meadow will be on your right hand side via a metal gate. Park here and carefully climb the gate, following the tracks as marked on the ‘wood maps’. The track will follow the hedgerow before turning 90 degrees to the left, follow to the end where it will pass through a hedgerow into a second field. Myland Meadow is at the end of the track in this second field. The boundary features are marked with turquoise paint.
The purchasers of the land will be asked to enter into a covenant to ensure the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of adjoining woodlands and meadows.
- Elevated position giving excellent views across rolling countryside
- Lush open land appropriate for tree planting
- Woodland shaw offering biodiversity, habitats for wildlife and a source of seeds for natural regeneration
- Good access and private parking
Rights and covenants
Myland Meadow comes with freehold title, and there are no public rights of way across the land.
Local area and history
The meadow is found in what is known as 'Ruby Country', renowned for some of Devon's most beautiful and unspoilt countryside. Bordered by the upland expanses of Dartmoor, Exmoor and Bodmin, and to the north by the wild North Devon coast, Ruby Country is known as "undiscovered Devon". Ruby Country is constituted by around 45 parishes surrounding the market towns of Holsworthy and Hatherleigh.
Boundary features are marked with turquoise paint.
Find this wood
- OS Landranger: OS No. 190
- Grid ref: SS 387 000
- Nearest post code: EX22 6PL
- GPS coordinates: 50.7768, -4.28902
Dibbons Meadow is accessed via a stoned track from an unnamed public highway near the village of Clawton, in Devon. Holsworthy is around a 10 minute drive away to the north west, with Launceston (20 minutes) and Bude (25 minutes) both also nearby.
Click here for Bing Maps directions, enter your own postcode, (the location coordinates are already entered), and click on the "Directions" box. This will take you to the roadside gate where the track begins, where you can park. Thereafter please follow the maps.
Satnav: the postcode EX22 6PL is the nearest to the meadow, but plese note it is a short drive from the entrance.
Coordinates for satnav are: N50.7752, W-4.2915 for the metal gate at the start of the access track.
Please note this wood is owned by woodlands.co.uk.
Our regional managers are often out working in our woodlands, so if you email an offer and want to be sure it has been received, please phone our manager on their mobile phone. The first offer at the stated price which is accepted, whether by phone or email, has priority.
Please take care when viewing as the great outdoors can contain unexpected hazards and woodlands are no exception. You should exercise common sense and caution, such as wearing appropriate footwear and avoiding visiting during high winds.
These particulars are for guidance only and, though believed to be correct, do not form part of any contract. Woodland Investment Management Ltd hereby give notice under section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979 of their interest in the land being sold.
A delightful meadow on the Cornwall / Devon border with far reaching views over rolling countryside. Myland Meadow's elevated position and balance of planting land and woodland fringe make it a special parcel of land.