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Ticket Wood - SOLD, East Sussex - 7 ¾ acres, £59,000

Ticket Wood - SOLD
Ticket Wood - SOLD
East Sussex

Mainly a conifer wood with some birch and oak and other broadleaf species, Ticket Wood has a private feel.

Ticket Wood is a mainly conifer woodland – mostly Corsican pine with some Scots pine. With woodland surrounding 3 sides of the wood – it has quite a private feel. The south section of the wood contains birch and some mature oak – quite a different offering to the main part of the wood. Bluebells emerge here in late Spring. Bracken features throughout the forest floor, however in places this is quite sparse and natural clearings provide the perfect place to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet. A wide variety of broadleaf species are found along the southern boundary and within the wood. These include oak of varying age classes, birch, mountain ash, holly, hazel and willow. By felling a few pines, some small clearings could be made amongst the conifer, allowing more native broadleaf species to flourish. The wood slopes gently to the south east.

Access to Ticket Wood is through a locked gate from the road, and along a byway (which is bumpy but accessible by car) and then another locked gate directly off the byway, where an owner can drive into the wood itself and park their car. A private internal track leads through the wood down to the south west corner where a clearing has been created and a seat installed.

The majority of Ticket Wood is designated as Ancient Replanted Woodland (PAWS) by Natural England. This means the land has been wooded since at least 1600AD. (The north east area has not been designated). There are two ancient wood banks– one of which runs through the north west of the wood. The second wood bank is found along the south east boundary. There are other ancient woodland indicators in the wood, for example hard ferns. Sparrowhawks, lesser redpoll, great spotted woodpeckers and buzzards have been recorded in the area. Deer are also occasional visitors to this and the surrounding woodland.

Ticket Wood lies approx. 7 miles south of Tunbridge Wells and 2 ½ miles east of Crowborough. It is within Limekiln and Park Woods which is a large woodland area in the High Weald.

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: £59,000 Freehold
  • Location: Crowborough, East Sussex
  • Size: 7 ¾ acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 188
  • Grid ref: TQ 538 312
  • Nearest post code: TN3 9LQ

Boundaries:

The boundaries of the wood are indicated with ORANGE paint.

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Local manager

ruthandjames Ruth and James Feltham
07812 165081
ruthandjames@woodlands.co.uk

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Description

Ticket Wood is a mainly conifer woodland – mostly Corsican pine with some Scots pine. With woodland surrounding 3 sides of the wood – it has quite a private feel. The south section of the wood contains birch and some mature oak – quite a different offering to the main part of the wood. Bluebells emerge here in late Spring. Bracken features throughout the forest floor, however in places this is quite sparse and natural clearings provide the perfect place to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet. A wide variety of broadleaf species are found along the southern boundary and within the wood. These include oak of varying age classes, birch, mountain ash, holly, hazel and willow. By felling a few pines, some small clearings could be made amongst the conifer, allowing more native broadleaf species to flourish. The wood slopes gently to the south east.

Access to Ticket Wood is through a locked gate from the road, and along a byway (which is bumpy but accessible by car) and then another locked gate directly off the byway, where an owner can drive into the wood itself and park their car. A private internal track leads through the wood down to the south west corner where a clearing has been created and a seat installed.

The majority of Ticket Wood is designated as Ancient Replanted Woodland (PAWS) by Natural England. This means the land has been wooded since at least 1600AD. (The north east area has not been designated). There are two ancient wood banks– one of which runs through the north west of the wood. The second wood bank is found along the south east boundary. There are other ancient woodland indicators in the wood, for example hard ferns. Sparrowhawks, lesser redpoll, great spotted woodpeckers and buzzards have been recorded in the area. Deer are also occasional visitors to this and the surrounding woodland.

Ticket Wood lies approx. 7 miles south of Tunbridge Wells and 2 ½ miles east of Crowborough. It is within Limekiln and Park Woods which is a large woodland area in the High Weald.

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Location

OS Landranger: OS No 188
Grid ref: TQ 538 312
Nearest post code: TN3 9LQ

Maps

Directions

  • From Tunbridge Wells, take the A26 southwards, towards Crowborough.
  • After about 5 miles, immediately after a 30mph sign, turn left at the sign for Boarshead. (If you pass a garage on your left you have gone too far).
  • You are now in Boarshead Lane. Almost immediately turn right, go past the Boarshead Inn and go along the narrow, winding lane for about 1 mile.
  • On your way along this lane you will pass a small ‘Woodlands Managed By Woodlands.co.uk’ sign, but keep going until you get to a second ‘Woodlands for Sale’ sign, by a single bar metal gate, and a metal sign with a white disc and red circle. (This indicates a public byway, but only open to authorised traffic, including the owner of Funnel Wood).
  • Park at this gate but please do not block the gate or the lane.
  • Walk up this byway about 500 meters (passing a single bar dark green metal gate on your left). You will reach a point along the byway where a minor power line passes overheard.
  • Continue along the byway another 175 meters (past the first metal gate on your left) until you reach the second single galvanized metal gate on your left. This is the entrance to Ticket Wood with orange markings indicating the boundary on posts.

Boundaries:

The boundaries of the wood are indicated with ORANGE paint.

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