JJ Morris

Tel: 01834 860260

Email: narberth@jjmorris.com

Hill House,
High Street
Narberth
SA67 7AR

Bronwydd Arms, Carmarthen

Offers In Excess Of £250,000

Land - Agricultural

  • OCCUPYING A CONVENIENT SETTING JUST OFF THE NEWCASTLE EMLYN TO CARMARTHEN ROADWAY A PARCEL OF PRODUCTIVE GRAZING LAND WITHIN A DELIGHTFUL RURAL ASPECT
  • EXTENDING TO 63 ACRES OR THEREABOUTS AND PERHAPS HAVING SOME POTENTIAL FOR AN AMENITY OR CONSERVATION PROJECT

OCCUPYING A CONVENIENT SETTING JUST OFF THE NEWCASTLE EMLYN
TO CARMARTHEN ROADWAY
A PARCEL OF PRODUCTIVE GRAZING LAND WITHIN A DELIGHTFUL RURAL ASPECT
AND EXTENDING TO 63 ACRES OR THEREABOUTS AND PERHAPS HAVING SOME POTENTIAL
FOR AN AMENITY OR CONSERVATION PROJECT

 

The land is situated a short distance off the A484 Newcastle Emlyn to Carmarthen roadway in the heart of the Carmarthenshire countryside and within a belt of highly productive farmland but in the main is suitable for grazing and cropping.

Local services are available within the nearby villages with the towns of Newcastle Emlyn and Carmarthen both being within relatively easy reach and these provide a further range of facilities and amenities.

The A484 is a principal road link from the M4 and the A48 dual carriageway at Carmarthen leading to the popular coastal resorts of the south of Cardigan Bay and consequently this is a parcel of land that may suit some use other than agricultural.

SITUATION:

The land is situated a short distance off the A484 Newcastle Emlyn to Carmarthen roadway in the heart of the Carmarthenshire countryside and within a belt of highly productive farmland but in the main is suitable for grazing and cropping.

Local services are available within the nearby villages with the towns of Newcastle Emlyn and Carmarthen both being within relatively easy reach and these provide a further range of facilities and amenities.

The A484 is a principal road link from the M4 and the A48 dual carriageway at Carmarthen leading to the popular coastal resorts of the south of Cardigan Bay and consequently this is a parcel of land that may suit some use other than agricultural.

DIRECTIONS:

A location map is attached.

DESCRIPTION:

A plan of the land edged red is attached for identification purposes only.

The land extends in total to some 64 acres or thereabouts and is a block of land that includes several fields that are a mix of level and gently sloping grazing fields together with further sloping areas. The principal block has a stone access lane that leads into it and crosses a natural water source. The land enjoys a very pleasant aspect that has to be viewed in order to fully appreciated and as such quite possibly this is a parcel of land that may be suited for alternative use such as conservation or amenity projects although any interested parties should contact the Local Authority to establish whether any proposed use would require planning consent.

In recent years the land has been used for grazing and is reasonably well fenced.

SERVICES:

There are no services connected to the land.

TENURE: We understand the land is Freehold of tenure. There is no Basic Payment included in the sale and we understand that there is a Right of Way giving access to one field.

LOCAL AUTHORITY: Carmarthenshire County Council, County Hall, Castle Hill, Carmarthen SA31 1JP. Tel: 01267 234567.

GENERAL REMARKS:

This is a parcel of land that has in recent years been utilised for grazing in the main being a block of productive pasture ideally suited for sheep or cattle. As mentioned above the land occupies a most delightful setting that may well appeal to potential purchasers looking for land for an amenity or conservation project, subject of course, to any necessary planning consents being obtained.

The land lies within half a mile or so of the Newcastle Emlyn to Carmarthen roadway and is therefore readily accessible and is realistically priced.

This is a parcel of land that has in recent years been utilised for grazing in the main being a block of productive pasture ideally suited for sheep or cattle. As mentioned above the land occupies a most delightful setting that may well appeal to potential purchasers looking for land for an amenity or conservation project, subject of course, to any necessary planning consents being obtained.

The land lies within half a mile or so of the Newcastle Emlyn to Carmarthen roadway and is therefore readily accessible and is realistically priced.

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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