Parcel of land which has many self-seeded and mature trees and measures approximately 2 acres (subject to measured survey). This small piece of England is mostly overgrown and has a small stream running along the southern boundary which forms part of the River Tud which eventually ends up flowing into the River Wensum.
The land lies a short distance from the A47 Norwich to King's Lynn road and is almost mid-way between Dereham and Costessey, on the western edge of the city of Norwich.
Proceed out of Norwich through Costessey and continue along the A47 in the direction of Dereham. At the end of the southern bypass at Easton, continue for approximately 1.75 miles turning left into Church Lane at the crossroads signposted East Tuddenham. Continue for approximately 400 yards where a track to the land will be found. Walking down the track, continue under the overhead power lines, past double green corrugated doors on your right and almost at the end you will find a very large mature oak tree with an opening beside it. This opening we believe leads to the land.
At any reasonable time during daylight hours at your own risk.