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  • Redundant Welsh Water Reservoir.
  • Panoramic Coastal Sea Views towards Dinas Head
  • Rural Views to the Preseli Hills
  • Plot Approx. 70' x 70'
  • Concrete Building Building 25'2" x 12'1"

Standing inset off the Nevern to Croft Council Maintained District Road, a Redundant former Welsh Water Reservoir which stands in a good sized plot from where superb Panoramic Coastal Sea views can be enjoyed to Dinas Head and beyond and rural views to the Preseli Hills. Comprising of a reinforced concrete building which occupies 28sq metres or thereabouts, with a pedestrian door access, internal headroom of approximately 7 feet and an internal measurement of 25'2" x 12'1". The Reservoir stands in a Plot which measures approximately 70' x 70' and can be approached off the council maintained district road via a pedestrian and vehicular access. It has potential for use as a Store Shed, Workshop, Studio or the like (subject to any necessary Change of use and/or Planning Consents) and is offered For Sale with a realistic Price Guide. Early inspections is strongly advised.
TENURE - FREEHOLD WITH VACANT POSSESSION UPON COMPLETION

Situation
The former Welsh Water Reservoir stands adjacent to the View Point at Crigiau, Glanrhyd and is some 5.5 miles of so South West of the Market Town of Cardigan.
Cardigan being closeby has the benefit of an excellent Shopping Centre together with a wide range of amenities and facilities which include a good range of Shops, a Post Office, Secondary and Primary Schools, Churches, Chapels, Banks, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Takeaways, Cafes, Art Galleries and Supermarkets.
The North Pembrokeshire Coastline at Ceibwr Bay is within 3.5 miles or so and also within easy reach are the other well known sandy beaches and coves at Poppit Sands, Newport Sands, The Parrog, Cwm, Aber Rhigian, Aberforest, Pwllgwaelod, Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Aberbach.
The hamlet of Glanrhyd is within a mile or so of the property and within 2.5 miles or so is the picturesque village at Nevern which is renowned for its Church, Ancient Castle and its Bleeding Ewe Tree.
The River Nevern being closeby provides excellent Salmon, Sewin (Sea Trout) and Trout Fishing.
Some 5 miles or so South West is the popular Coastal and Market Town of Newport which has a good range of Shops, a Primary School, Church, Chapels, a Bank, Hotels, Restaurants, Public Houses, Takeaways, Cafes and Art Galleries.

Description
The redundant Welsh Water Reservoir comprises a reinforced Concrete Building which occupies 28sq metres or thereabouts. It has a pedestrian door access and internal headroom of approximately 7 feet. The internal measurements for the reservoir are approximately 25'2" x 12'1".
The property stands in a plot which has an approximate measurement of 70' x 70'. The boundaries of the property are coloured red on the attached plan to the scale of 1/2500.
There is a field gate access as well as pedestrian gate access adjacent to the Council Maintained District Road at point "X" on the plan and a field gate access into the plot at point "Y" of the same plan.
Access to the plot is over a 90 yard lane between point "X" and "Y".

Services
There are no services connected to the plot.

Tenure
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon completion.

Access
We understand that the property benefits from Access Rights over the 90 yard lane.

Remarks
Rarely do properties of this nature appear on the Open Market and the opportunity to purchase should not been missed. The former Welsh Water Reservoir has potential for use as a Workshop, Store Shed, Studio or the like, subject to any necessary Change of Use and/or Planning Consents. It stands in a good sized plot which is approximately 70ft x 70ft square from where superb Panoramic Coastal and Rural Views can be enjoyed. In order to appreciate the location of the property and indeed the outlook, inspection is essential. Realistic Price Guide.

Directions
From Cardigan, take the main A487 road south west from some 3 miles and upon reaching Croft, take the second turning right, signposted to Nevern. Continue on this road for a mile or so, passing through the village of Glanrhyd and a mile or so further on, the View Point Glanrhyd is situated on the right side of the road. The former Welsh Water Reservoir is inset some 90 yards or so off the road. A "For Sale" board is erected on site.


Glanrhyd
Glanrhyd, Pembrokeshire SA43 3PA
County: Pembrokeshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 31663791
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