Discover the undeniable beauty of the Peak District, a true paradise on Earth. Now, you have the opportunity to claim your own piece of this picturesque countryside.
Currently on the market is a plot of land within the national park, priced at just £40,000. This land, spanning almost 30 acres, features established woodland and breathtaking panoramic views. It is situated between the charming villages of Castleton and Edale in the Hope Valley.
Close by, the iconic Mam Tor beckons, offering a popular ridge walk often graced by paragliders soaring above. Additionally, the land is conveniently located near Chapel en le Frith and is easily accessible from Chesterfield and Sheffield.
However, being true countryside, amenities and structures are sparse in the vicinity. Still, considering the offering of nearly 30 acres of untouched woodland, the £40,000 price tag appears quite reasonable.
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Bagshaws, the listing agency, describes the property as a beautiful block of 29.3 acres of well-established mature woodland along Castleton Rd A6187. The woodland, characterized by its steep slopes, commands a prominent position in the landscape, providing awe-inspiring views of the surrounding area. The primary tree species include Scots Pine and Larch, with Oak and Ash as minor species.
To view this enticing property, arrange a visit during daylight hours and access it on foot. Vehicles should be parked on the highway known as Castleton Road. The sale of the woodland comes with certain conditions, ensuring its preservation and management for biodiversity.”
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