£320k, Forestry Zone
Large areas of grass covered open ground, hazel coppice with ash, oak and beech standards, lots of silver birch and the occasional yew. In the South Downs National Park, on the top of Graffham Down we have found a beautiful broadleaved woodland. A piece of heaven perfect for meditation, woodland activities and for setting up a Green Camp Eden.
ABOUT THE SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK
From rolling hills to bustling market towns, the South Downs National Park’s landscapes cover 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. Discover the white cliffs of Seven Sisters, rolling farmland, ancient woodland and lowland heaths or enjoy ‘picture perfect’ villages, traditional country pubs or flourishing vineyards.
ABOUT CHARLTON FOREST AND GRAFFHAM DOWN
Charlton Forest is contiguous with Selhurst Park, together giving nearly 1000ha to explore; even after several visits you're unlikely to have seen it all. A large varied woodland including beech, hazel, oak as well as conifers with variety of terrains and features along with a number of national/long-distance paths passing through, e.g. South Downs Ways, New Lipchis Way, West Sussex Literary Trail.
Situated within the wooded downs of West Sussex, Graffham Down lies on the crest of the northern escarpment. Remote from roads and traffic noise, the site is well-served by a number of public paths, including the South Downs Way National Trail. Designated as a Site of Nature Conservation Interest (SNCI), Graffham Down is a mosaic of semi-natural habitats extending to 31 hectares that includes herb-rich grassland, scrub and woodland. The site is managed under lease by the Graffham Down Trust (GDT).