An attractive parcel of woodland and pasture with potential for non-agricultural uses (subject to planning) extending in all to 38.91 acres.
The land extends in all to 38.91 acres (15.74 ha). The woodland component extends to 26.73 acres (10.81 ha) with 12.18 acres (4.92 ha) of pasture land.
The woodland was planted in the winter of 2003 under a Woodland Grant Scheme due to expire in December 2018. It is comprised of native species including ash, oak and field maple.
The land has great potential for non-agricultural uses (subject to planning) including recreation and tourism uses. The woodland has been designed to maximise amenity potential with large rides and areas of open space.
The former site and foundations of Starveall Farmhouse are within the parcel of land and have not been planted on.