An ancient wood, complete with redwoods, covering more than 100 acres has come to market in Wiltshire.

Great Wood near Royal Wootton Bassett covers 117 acres and used to be part of Grittenham Manor.

It is an ancient semi-natural native woodland which rises from 60 to 120 metres.

It overlooks the Dauntsey Vale between Royal Wootton Bassett and Malmesbury and offers a range of commercial and sporting opportunities.

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Mike Tustin, of woodland and forestry specialists Tustins, who is handling the sale, said: “Great Wood has a mix of commercial conifers including Douglas fir and Norway spruce together with native broadleaves including good quality oak.

"This ancient productive woodland is secluded and beautifully situated and also features is a small stand of giant redwoods in the centre of the wood.

“This woodland habitat hosts a variety of ancient flora and features a sizeable pheasant shoot with a number of release pens, feeders and shooting markers within the wood providing an alternative revenue stream for the woodland owner."

Great Wood is for sale with Tustins and has a guide price of £1.95million.