JJ Morris

Tel: 01834 860260

Email: narberth@jjmorris.com

Hill House,
High Street
Narberth
SA67 7AR

Plashoodig Land and Buildings, Rhosfach, Clynderwen

£375,000

Land with Buildings

  • 43 Acres of sound south facing agricultural land to include a stone building with potential to convert - subject to consent
  • Superb range of adaptable modern buildings suitable for a variety of uses with 8000sq ft of roof space ideal for solar panels
  • Potential to build a new dwelling under a Rural Enterprise Scheme - subject to consent
  • Delightful rural setting known for its extensive out-riding with direct access to Llangolman Common

43 Acres of sound south facing agricultural land to include a stone building with potential to convert - subject to consent
Superb range of adaptable modern buildings suitable for a variety of uses with 8000sq ft of roof space ideal for solar panels
Potential to build a new dwelling under a Rural Enterprise Scheme - STC
Delightful rural setting known for its extensive out-riding with direct access to Llangolman Common

 

The land and buildings are situated on the edge of the small village of Llangolman in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside and being within easy reach of A478 Narberth to Cardigan roadway and indeed the villages of Glandy Cross and Maenclochog, which between them provide a good range of local services and facilities.The property is located within a belt of highly productive land suitable for grazing and cropping.Plashoodig briefly comprises a parcel of 43 acres of land or thereabouts together with an extensive range of buildings that are principally of modern construction that provide flexible and readily adaptable accommodation suitable for a variety of uses, subject of course to any necessary consents being obtained. N.B. A residence and extensive range of building and some 10 acres of land is available as Lot 2.

SITUATION:

The land and buildings are situated on the edge of the small village of Llangolman in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside and being within easy reach of A478 Narberth to Cardigan roadway and indeed the villages of Glandy Cross and Maenclochog, which between them provide a good range of local services and facilities.

The property is located within a belt of highly productive land suitable for grazing and cropping.

Plashoodig briefly comprises a parcel of 43 acres of land or thereabouts together with an extensive range of buildings that are principally of modern construction that provide flexible and readily adaptable accommodation suitable for a variety of uses, subject of course to any necessary consents being obtained.
N.B. A residence and extensive range of building and some 10 acres of land is available as Lot 2.

DIRECTIONS:

From the A478 Narberth to Cardigan road at Glandy Cross, take the turning for Maenclochog. Carry on to a 'Give Way' and turn right. Follow the road and cross over Pont Hywel Bridge. Go up the hill and bear right on the fork for Rhosfach/Maenclochog. Continue on this road for 1 mile and the entrance to the land will be seen on the left and is a recently completed private farm roadway.

DESCRIPTION:

The property comprises a parcel of 43 acres of land or thereabouts together with an extensive range of buildings that have been specifically designed and developed to provide an easy managed system that is ideally suited as a ‘one man unit’, providing ample livestock and crop housing alongside a block of highly productive pasture land.

We feel that this a property that offers a rare opportunity to acquire a productive parcel of land that includes an extensive range of buildings which may suit a variety of potential purchasers but is ideally suited to someone who wants to acquire a parcel of land and range of buildings that could well have further potential for development subject of course to planning being obtained.

IACS:

The land is currently registered. Prospective purchasers to satisfy themselves for future eligibility.

THE BUILDINGS:

Approached over a good quality roadway, the outbuildings are initially accessed from a Hardcore Yard area and are as follows: 40’ x 35’ Loose Housing Shed divided into two pens, with barrier and timber manger feeders to fore.

Loose Housing: Divided into two pens with barrier and timber manger feeders to fore. Adjoining 85’ x 58’ overall Machinery/Fodder Store Shed with earth floor.

60’ x 24’ Lean-to covered Slurry Store Shed (6’ – 8’ deep walls) with drive in access at one end. Adjoining 50’ x 24’ Cubicle Shed with 25 cubicles, 2 Bay Dutch Barn Silo (21’ wide) used for fodder storage.

Adjoining the previously noted Machinery Shed on one end is a 58’ x 45’ Cubicle Shed with cubicles for 56 and Handling area with connecting gates. Lean-to connecting with 75’ x 18’ Dutch Barn used as feeding area and further 70’ x 28’ Lean-to Feeding Area with concrete trough.

45’ x 21’ Creep Feeding Area with straw loft area above. Open Silage Clamp 90’ x 30’ with tipping ramp on one end. Aged corrugated Iron Clad Machinery Shed located between the Cattle Housing Areas and Silage Clamp.

All cattle feeding areas have grooved concrete surfaces for anti-slip.

THE LAND:

The land is arranged around the farmstead all being within easy reach of the buildings and taking access off a recently installed hardcore track off the highway.

The land is typical of the area, being a sound and productive block of predominantly level pasture land in good heart that is divided into easily worked enclosures that are all well fenced and gated. The southern boundary of the block of land bounds with Llangolman Common.

The private water supply is sourced via a well in OS No. 6774, which feeds the farmstead on a seasonal basis, but a mains metered supply acts as a back up and feeds several strategically placed tanks on the land.

A plan of the land is attached for identification purposes only and is shown as edged red on the plan.

N.B: Interested parties should be aware that an adjoining property that comprises a well appointed farmhouse, extensive range of buildings and approx. 10 acres of land is available by further negotiation as Lot 2 and is shown edged blue on the attached plan.

BASIC PAYMENT ENTITLEMENTS:

Some 17.19 units are optionally available to purchase by separate negotiation.
2017 Euro Value-98.97/Ha.

RIGHTS OF WAY:

The property is sold with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights, easements, quasi easements and restrictive covenants, all existing and proposed way leaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drain and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in these particulars or not.

TENURE:

Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

LOCAL AUTHORITY:

Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA61 1TP.
Email: enquiries@pembrokeshire.gov.uk Telephone (01437) 764551

This is an opportunity to purchase a block of productive land in a convenient rural setting in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside and within easy reach of a good range of local services and all the major towns of the area. The buildings comprise a useful range of adaptable farm buildings that have been specifically designed and developed to provide an easily managed system, providing extensive livestock housing alongside crop and machinery storage. There is a possibility that the buildings could be converted to other use, such as equestrian or similar, subject to any necessary planning consents being obtained. The land is a block of highly productive land, renowned for its capacity and is in good heart and has been historically well farmed and compliments the versatility of this holding.

Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.

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