Approx. 2.89 acres of land off Llanmihangel Road, Llanblethian, Cowbridge, Vale Of Glamorgan, CF71 7 Property Ref: 15518

Guide Price £30,000
Property Ref: 15518
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An agricultural Pasture Field OS9046 with a small area of quarry to the North-Eastern corner of the field. Comprising in total some 2.89 acres (1.171 ha) or thereabouts. It has been vacant since May 2012 and the pasture has only recently been roughly toped but should really be ploughed and re-seeded following which it would be capable of producing a variety of crops or valuable grazing for horses etc. It provides one with a rare opportunity of purchasing a valuable field on the immediate outskirts of the village and with a long term investment. Guide Price £30,000

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    An agricultural Pasture Field OS9046 with a small area of quarry to the North-Eastern corner of the field. Comprising in total some 2.89 acres (1.171 ha) or thereabouts. It has been vacant since May 2012 and the pasture has only recently been roughly toped but should really be ploughed and re-seeded following which it would be capable of producing a variety of crops or valuable grazing for horses etc. It provides one with a rare opportunity of purchasing a valuable field on the immediate outskirts of the village and with a long term investment. Guide Price £30,000

    SITUATION The property is located on the immediate outskirts of Llanblethian has long been regarded as on to the
    Vale of Glamorgan's foremost residential districts offering pretty village setting with a combination of
    individual old and new houses and narrow winding streets. The market town of Cowbridge with it's hosts
    of facilities shops, library, health centre, restaurants, public houses, schools and wide variety of shops etc
    is within walking distance.

    Access to main routes, both east and west can be gained via the A48 providing easy access to all the
    major commercial centres of South Wales and the M4 (Junction 33) some 12 miles.

    TENURE Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

    THE LAND An agricultural Pasture Field OS9046 with a small area of quarry to the North-Eastern corner of the field. Comprising in total some 2.89 acres (1.171 ha) or thereabouts

    It has been vacant since May 2012 and the pasture has only recently been roughly toped but should really be ploughed and re-seeded following which it would be capable of producing a variety of crops or valuable grazing for horses etc. It provides one with a rare opportunity of purchasing a valuable field on the immediate outskirts of the village and with a long term investment.

    The property is located in an elevated position gently sloping and the benefit of road frontage along its eastern boundaries.

    A site plan is attached for convenience purposes upon which the property is edged red.

    OVERAGE In the event of planning permission being obtained for any non-agricultural use giving rise to an increase
    in value during a period of 30 years following completion of the sale, the buyer and their successors in title will pay to the sellers in addition, 30% of the net enhanced market-value on obtaining any permission. The overage will be protected by way of a restriction and charge on the property and the property will be sold subject to it.

    TITLE DEEDS AND SEARCHES Information relating to title, easement, wayleaves or any other rights are available from the solicitors.

    BOUNDARIES The responsibility for boundaries where it is known is as shown by the inward facing 'T' marks on the plan.

    ACCESS Access to the land is via a the field gate of the county highway at the southern corner of the field.

    SPORTING RIGHTS All sporting rights owned by the vendors are included in the sale.

    WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including:- right of way, whether public or private, light sport drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not. A 20ft easement exists for a small diameter water main along the southern boundary of the field in favour of the owner of Lyndon Grove.

    VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents at their Cowbridge Office.
    55a High Street, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, CF71 7AE.
    Telephone 01446 774152 (Option 1).
    Email: [email protected]
    Ref: Gareth J Lloyd FRICS IRRV Hons or Cerys.millichap LLB (Hons)

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