The woodland is situated between the hamlets of Pristacott and Harracott, west of the River Taw valley in north Devon. The village of Newton Tracey lies one mile to the west whilst Tawstock lies two miles to the north. The town of Barnstaple is five miles to the north.DESCRIPTION
The woodland comprises 2.50 acres (1.01 hectares) of former agricultural land that was planted with trees in 2003. The land is sloping and was planted with mainly deciduous trees including species of oak and ash. It lies in a quiet position adjoining farm land and a byway forms the northern boundary.SERVICES
There are no mains services connected to the woodland.ACCESS
Access to the woodland is over a Byway Open to All Traffic (BOAT). The byway provides access towards Newton Tracey (west), Pristacott (south) and Harracott (east).TENURE
The woodland is owned freehold and is available with vacant possession upon completion.METHOD OF SALE
The woodland is offered for sale by private treaty.LAND MANAGEMENT
The woodland was originally planted under a Farm Woodland Premium Scheme (FWPS) in 2003 (reference 018004618). This scheme runs for a period of 30 years, and therefore terminates in 2033. Please contact Stags for further information.WAYLEAVES & RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleave agreements and any public or private rights of way or bridleways etc.LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Devon District Council. Telephone: 01271 327711 (www.northdevon.gov.uk).SPORTING & MINERAL RIGHTS
The sporting and mineral rights insofar as they are owned are included with the freehold.PLANS & BOUNDARY FENCES
A plan, which is not to scale and is not to be relied upon, is attached to these particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy.VIEWINGS
All viewings are strictly by prior appointment. Please contact Stags (01271 322833 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange an appointment.DIRECTIONS
From the A361 (North Devon link road) on the outskirts of Barnstaple, proceed south on the A377 towards Bishops Tawton and Crediton. Follow the road through Bishops Tawton and continue for a further mile crossing over the River Taw and just after the bridge take the second right turn right signed towards Harepie and Newton Tracey.
Upon reaching Harepie Cross continue straight ahead towards Newton Tracey and after 150 yards turn left towards Sideham. Proceed for approximately 0.25 miles, turn right towards Sideham and after a further 0.30 miles the start of the byway which provides access to the land is found on the right.
The byway is suitable for vehicles with high ground clearance and four-wheel drive only. The woodland is found along this byway. After crossing Sideham Bridge take the track on the right and the woodland is on the left.DISCLAIMER
These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.