Lot 3 – Deepdale Wood
Ashmore Farm lies in rural Bedfordshire to the east of the town of Sandy. With the A1(M) less than 4 miles away, the farm is well located and should appeal to a range of purchasers. The property is brought to the market following a change in farming policy.
(16.36 acres as shown coloured blue on the plan)
To the south of Ashmore Farm is a single block of woodland stocked with Oak, European Larch, Scots Pine and Sweet Chestnut. The woodland is subject to the English Woodland Grant Scheme. The price for the woodland will be apportioned between the freehold value and the standing crop of timber. For more information, please contact the selling agent.
The woodland has been managed as part of a wider estate policy, with the intention to maximise the growing crop of timber and with the conservation of flora and fauna in mind. To this extent the current management is a programme of thinning.
Access to the woodland is via ‘Deepdale’, a track leading north from the Sandy Road over which the Vendors enjoy a right of access. A dirt track runs along the eastern boundary which is designated as a Byway Open to All Traffic and leads up to Ashmore Farm. There is a network of pathways throughout the woodland.
Acreage: 16.36 Acres
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