Sale of amenity woodland Maidenhatch, Berkshire
Straw bales in the sunset
Sector
Farms, Land & Estates
Location
Maidenhatch, Berkshire
How we helped
Sales and Acquisitions Farming and Agribusiness Strategic reviews for estates farms and landholdings
Statistics
Sold in excess of £22,500/acre
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Andrew Chandler
Partner - Head of Rural Agency
07880 084633 email me about Andrew
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Edward Fletcher
Surveyor
01962 790631 email me about Edward
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Andrew is a Partner and Head of Rural Agency for Carter Jonas, leading the team responsible for delivering Rural Agency across the country. Based in the South East and London, Andrew advises on the disposal and acquisition of rural assets including country houses, equestrian property, farms, estates and bare land. Andrew is involved locally with a number of Associations and Committees, including being the current Chairman of the On Farm Competitions for Newbury & District Agricultural Society, and Vice Chairman of the Berkshire CLA committee.
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A landowner with a small parcel of off lying woodland approached us to discuss a potential disposal of the property to create some capital income.

A landowner with a small parcel of off lying woodland approached us to discuss a potential disposal of the property to create some capital income.

We advised on current market conditions and a strategy for the disposal. High quality marketing material was produced, and the property was launched onto online portals. 

The property was guided at a level which was achievable. However, interest grew, and competition drove negotiations between a number of parties resulting in an agreed sale price equivalent to approximately £22,500 per acre, well in excess of the guide.  

The client was extremely happy with the result. The South East Rural team maintained communications with the vendor, purchaser and solicitors throughout the sale process up until completion so that any queries, including boundary issues, could be answered quickly so as not to delay proceedings. 

Natural capital, biodiversity net gains and climate change are all current buzz words in the rural property world but more simple reasons for purchasing woodland do still exist. In short, people want to enjoy the outdoors and this market desire has increased exponentially over the recent months of lockdowns.

It is a great time to capitalise on off lying parcels of woodland/pasture or scrubland and please do get in touch with your local rural agency team for further advice regarding potential disposals.