Approximately 47.14 acres of land and Outbuildings Property Ref: 24168

Guide Price £210,000
Property Ref: 24168

The property comprises approximately 47.14 acres of sloping pastureland situated within a number of enclosures as outlined in red on the attached site plan. The land comprises a mixture of pastureland, scrubland and woodland and may have potential for agricultural/equestrian and amenity purposes subject to any necessary planning consent. The property benefits from a range multipurpose outbuildings and a hardstanding yard. The outbuildings include: 1.Agricultural Shed (Approximately 18.2m x 5.4m) 2.Lean to (Approximately 18.2m x 4.8m) 3.Lean to (Approximately 10.3m x 5.8m)

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    The property comprises approximately 47.14 acres of sloping pastureland situated within a number of enclosures as outlined in red on the attached site plan. The land comprises a mixture of pastureland, scrubland and woodland and may have potential for agricultural/equestrian and amenity purposes subject to any necessary planning consent. The property benefits from a range multipurpose outbuildings and a hardstanding yard. The outbuildings include: 1.Agricultural Shed (Approximately 18.2m x 5.4m) 2.Lean to (Approximately 18.2m x 4.8m) 3.Lean to (Approximately 10.3m x 5.8m)

    SITUATION
    The land is situated in a convenient location to the north of Pencoed and east of Heol-y-Cyw. The property is located within a short drive of Junction 35 of the M4 motorway which provides easy access to Cardiff and Swansea. The land adjoins Mynydd Y Gaer common which provides access to the property via an unnamed road.

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION
    The property comprises approximately 47.14 acres of sloping pastureland situated within a number of enclosures as outlined in red on the attached site plan.

    The land comprises a mixture of pastureland, scrubland and woodland and may have potential for agricultural/equestrian and amenity purposes subject to any necessary planning consent.

    The property benefits from a range multipurpose outbuildings and a hardstanding yard. The outbuildings include:
    1. Agricultural Shed (Approximately 18.2m x 5.4m) Comprising steel, timber and box profile sheet roof with breeze block, Yorkshire boarding and box profile walls and a tarmac floor
    2. Lean to (Approximately 18.2m x 4.8m) - Comprising steel, timber and box profile sheet roof with breeze block, Yorkshire boarding and box profile walls and a concrete floor.
    3. Lean to (Approximately 10.3m x 5.8m) - Comprising steel, timber and box profile sheet roof with breeze block, Yorkshire boarding and box profile walls and a part concrete and part tarmac floor.
    4. Office (Approximately 9.7m x 3m)
    5. Range of storage containers.

    The property benefits from southerly views overlooking surrounding farmland.

    ACCESS
    The access point to the property is located to the north eastern corner directly off an unnamed road. The entrance provides a hardstanding track to the outbuildings within the centre of the holding.

    BOUNDARIES
    The responsibility for boundary maintenance, where known, is as shown by the inward facing ´T´ marks.

    TENURE AND POSSESSION
    The freehold interest is offered for sale with the benefit of vacant possession.

    PLAN
    The plan attached is published for identification purposes only and while every care has been taken its contents and accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

    SERVICES
    We are informed that there is a natural water supply available to this property.

    WAYLEAVES/EASEMENTS
    The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves, access, water, light drainage, and other easements, quasi easements, covenants, restriction orders etc., as may exists over the same of for the benefit of same, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. The property does have a public footpath crossing the land.

    METHOD OF SALE
    The land is offered for sale by Private Treaty.

    BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
    The land is being sold without the benefit of Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements. The land does benefit from common grazing rights.

    TREE PRESERVATION ORDERS
    We are not aware of any tree preservation orders affecting the subject holding, however, potential purchasers should verify this with their solicitor.

    DIRECTIONS
    From Junction 35 of the M4, head north along the A473 continuing through two roundabouts. Continue on Penybont Road before taking the first exit at the roundabout onto B4280. Remain on the B4280 for 0.6 miles before taking a right hand turn down a narrow country lane. Continue on the lane for 1.3miles before going straight ahead at a set of cross roads. After the cross roads drive for approximately 0.6 miles onto the Mynydd Y Gaer common before the property appearing with a single gated entrance on your left hand side.

    FURTHER DETAILS & VIEWINGS
    All viewings by appointment only. Please contact Elliott Rees of Watts and Morgan LLP by telephone; 01446 774152 or by email; [email protected]

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