This rectangular parcel of freehold woodland extends to just under an acre and has a variety of mature trees and scrub including oak, hazel and birch. Glover’s Wood is one of the largest areas of woodland in the Surrey Weald and has road frontage and vehicular access from Charlwood Lane. There is a bridleway bisecting the land from north to south and is adjacent to cleared meadow land.
It is situated on Charlwood Lane, close to its junction with Partridge Lane, close to the village of Charlwood with local shopping facilities and amenities. This is between Horsham and Dorking in the Mole Valley with excellent road links to Gatwick, Brighton and surrounding areas via the nearby A24 and M23.
We have been informed by the vendor that the land has its own water supply and meter.
The site extends to 0.38 hectares (0.96 acres).
Photos of the woodland may have been taken beyond the boundary as specified in the Land Registry Plan and interested parties must satisfy themselves as to the extent of these boundaries and not rely on photos for verification.