Woodland at Flatts Close, Hycemoore, Bootle
Woodland at Flatts Close, Hycemoore, Bootle, Cumbria
Guide Price £25,000
Flatts Close wood is situated just off the Hycemoor road, approximately 2km North West of Bootle and is within the Lake District National Park.
Flatts Close wood is a small coppice woodland comprising of mainly Alder and Sycamore with some Oak and Birch. The wood was coppiced about 20 years ago and has grown back quickly and is now well stocked with easily worked firewood.
The wood borders neighbouring gardens but is quiet and secluded. Access is via a gateway off the minor road and there is a small hard standing which is overgrown but can be readily re-instated to allow parking in the wood.
The woodland is about 0.50 acres in area or there abouts.
Tenure and possession
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Viewing is permitted at any reasonable time with possession of these particulars to hand constituting authority to view.
Method of sale
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty. Offers should be submitted to the vendor’s agent, David Atkinson, Edwin Thompson, FIFTEEN Rosehill, Montgomery Way, Carlisle, Cumbria, and CA1. The vendors reserve the right to fix a closing date for offers, change the method or sale or sell the property without notification. Therefore prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents.
Rights, Easements and Outgoings
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private and any existing or proposed wayleaves, easements, restrictions and burdens of whatever kind whether referred to in these particulars or not. The buyer will be held to have satisfied himself or herself on all such matters.
The right is reserved by the vendors to amend or incorporate fresh provisions as appropriate in respect of all the above matters.
An attractive small coppice woodland close to the quiet and popular village of Bootle in West Cumbria. The wood can provide a sustainable source of firewood or simply the opportunity to care for your own corner of the Lake District National Park.