Ever wanted you own little piece of woodland tranquillity? Here is your opportunity in the beautiful open South Shropshire, Herefordshire border countryside.
This amenity woodland extends 0.82 of an acre, step inside and you are in the heart of a mini-forest. Your soul mates will be birds and wildlife, underfoot the fauna will provide new surprises at the dawn of every season. As a “generational custodian,” you can enhance and care for the wildlife just as you think fit.
Scott Kemsley, Balfours partner and Ludlow sales manager comments: “For those who want to enjoy the outdoors, but not be beholden to gardening, this must be the answer. Of course, if you have your own wood-burner then there will be a supply of sustainable fuel for the fire too. Not to mention the attraction of woodland to aid inheritance tax.”
The wood, currently called “land adjacent to the Old Police House,” is located just a half-mile from the pretty village of Orleton six miles south of Ludlow, with road frontage understood to offer access to water and electric. So, whoever falls in love and purchases it, will probably want to name it too. Will that be a picnic or an evening soiree as a naming ceremony, in celebration of your new patch?
Balfours are marketing the near acre of woodland with a guide price of £55,000. For more information call 01584 707100.