The land lies within the town of Burgess Hill on the north side, adjacent to the new development at Fairbridge Way.
This well placed block of woodland has road frontage to Marchants Lane with good full grown oak and chestnut trees, as well as cherry, elder and holly, the wood has an old pond and small stream through the centre and is bounded by the River Adur. The area is covered by a Tree Preservation Order.
TENURE AND POSSESSION
The land is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.
There is a high voltage electricity wire across the land, but no connection.
Mid Sussex District Council - (01444 458166)
West Sussex County Council - (01243 777100)
RIGHTS OF WAY AND WAYLEAVES
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights of way whether public or private including rights of way, drainage, water and electricity supplies, covenants, restrictions and obligations and all wayleaves whether referred to or not.
There are no public rights of way across the land.
SPORTING TIMBER AND MINERAL RIGHTS
In so far as they are owned, they are included in the sale.
The plan below is for identification purposes only and potential purchasers must rely on their own investigations as to the true boundary.
HEALTH & SAFETY
The area slopes down to the stream and due care and attention must be taken when walking around.
DIRECTIONS (RH15 8QT)
The wood is to be found on the north side of Marchants Way, adjacent to the Industrial Estate.
At any time during daylight hours (on foot only) with a set of these particulars providing prior confirmation has been given to the agents, RH & RW Clutton - 01342 410122.