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Chaff Wood - SOLD, Kent - Over 5½ acres, £45,000

Chaff Wood - SOLD
Chaff Wood - SOLD
Kent

Oak and chestnut bluebell woodland favoured by little brown birds (LBJs).

Capel Road, a no through road, leaves the pretty village of Petham heads north and enters sweet chestnut coppice woodland. Almost at the far end is the bridleway which connects with Pennypot Lane and Anvil Green to the south. Chaff Wood is accessed off this bridleway, through a ride-stop where a short track leads to an opening under a large oak tree. The bridleway, previously a council maintained road, is solid.

Oak, and silver birch with sweet chestnut as both standard and coppice, shade large areas of bluebells. Considered to be semi-natural ancient woodland, although dominated by chestnut, is of high conservation quality and designated as an Site Nature Conservation Interest (SNCI), the map and description can be viewed by clicking HERE. This covers a wide area of woodland including Capel and Mounts Wood. In spring this area is favoured by nightingales and their loud song can often be heard in season. This part of Kent has a beauty recongnised by its inclusion in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Ancient tribes, later displaced by the Romans, would have occupied these lands, the only remnants surviving are their Barrows, click here for details and see the location just to the south of Chaff Wood. The names Capel and Mounts are derived respectively from the name for a horse Equus caballus (corruption of caballus, Latin for horse) and the Mounts were local landowners.

Access is off Capel Road along a solid private track where there is a right of way, owners will have a key to this gate. Sporting rights included. There is an local authority article iv on these woods.

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: £45,000 Freehold
  • Location: Petham, Canterbury, Kent
  • Size: Over 5½ acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 179
  • Grid ref: TR 109 508
  • Nearest post code: CT4 5RQ

Boundaries:

There are shown by blue markings on trackside trees (west and south), trees along the boundary with the Forestry Commission woodlands (north and free-standing posts (east).

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Local manager

richard Richard Scholfield
07811 818 277
richard@woodlands.co.uk

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Description

Capel Road, a no through road, leaves the pretty village of Petham heads north and enters sweet chestnut coppice woodland. Almost at the far end is the bridleway which connects with Pennypot Lane and Anvil Green to the south. Chaff Wood is accessed off this bridleway, through a ride-stop where a short track leads to an opening under a large oak tree. The bridleway, previously a council maintained road, is solid.

Oak, and silver birch with sweet chestnut as both standard and coppice, shade large areas of bluebells. Considered to be semi-natural ancient woodland, although dominated by chestnut, is of high conservation quality and designated as an Site Nature Conservation Interest (SNCI), the map and description can be viewed by clicking HERE. This covers a wide area of woodland including Capel and Mounts Wood. In spring this area is favoured by nightingales and their loud song can often be heard in season. This part of Kent has a beauty recongnised by its inclusion in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Ancient tribes, later displaced by the Romans, would have occupied these lands, the only remnants surviving are their Barrows, click here for details and see the location just to the south of Chaff Wood. The names Capel and Mounts are derived respectively from the name for a horse Equus caballus (corruption of caballus, Latin for horse) and the Mounts were local landowners.

Access is off Capel Road along a solid private track where there is a right of way, owners will have a key to this gate. Sporting rights included. There is an local authority article iv on these woods.

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Location

OS Landranger: OS No 179
Grid ref: TR 109 508
Nearest post code: CT4 5RQ

Maps

Directions

Chaff Wood at Petham is just a short drive south of Canterbury, in Kent.

1. Click here for Bing Maps Directions enter your own postcode, (the coordinates for the locked wooden entrance gate are already entered) and click on the "Go" box to get your route.

Please phone 07811 818277 for the combination lock number, this will enable you to drive down to the parking/turning area on the right.

After parking continue on foot along the track until reaching the wood on the right hand side, with blue markings and the Chaff Wood name plate.

2. For Satnav: the nearest postcode is CT4 5RQ in Capel Lane as shown by the red dot on the maps.

Coordinates are: N51.222475, E1.026267

Boundaries:

There are shown by blue markings on trackside trees (west and south), trees along the boundary with the Forestry Commission woodlands (north and free-standing posts (east).

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