A parcel of 33 acres of land in total, adjacent to the National Park with splendid views, river frontage, conservation pond and a wealth of flora and fauna.
Suitable for many uses including agriculture, conservation and leisure activities – subject to any necessary Planning Consents being obtained
Divided into 3 lots
33 acres or thereabouts in total situated adjacent to the National Park Splendid views, river frontage Ideally suited as a conservation project ** please note the access is extremely overgrown, to access the land a purchaser will need to put a new access in place**
The land comprises part of the original upland holding known as Wern Farm and stands in an area known as Rhosfach in the heart of the coastal county of Pembrokeshire and midway between the villages of Maenclochog and Mynachlogddu which nestles in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains which form an integral part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Local services can be found in Maenclochog and the nearby village of Glandy Cross and with the larger village of Crymych and its further facilities being some 5 miles or so distant. The central setting insures that the major towns and superb scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline all lie within easy reach.
SITUATION: This is a parcel of land situated in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains in the heart of the coastal county of Pembrokeshire and being within easy reach of all the major towns of the area with local amenities available in the nearby settlements of Crymych, Glandy Cross and Maenclochog.
DIRECTIONS: From our Narberth office, proceed north on the A478 to the village of Efailwen. At Efailwen, bear left taking signs for Llangolman. Continue on this road for a couple of miles and go over the bridge, Llangolman Slate Works will be on your right. Take the turning right towards Maenclochog. Proceed up the hill and after about half a mile, at the cross roads, turn right (North). The entrance to the property will be seen on your left after a further quarter of a mile. The shared track at the top of the lane will say Wern Farm. Proceed down the track and the land will be found on your right hand side towards the the bottom of the track. The entrance to the land is very overgrown.
DESCRIPTION: A rare opportunity to acquire an unspoilt block of land in a very scenic setting with a rich diversity of wildlife, wild flowers and grasses which we believe include rare species which are usually lost by intensive farming activities. In recent times the land was an integral part of a productive holding with both sheep and more recently native breed cattle grazing on the land, but has been farmed sensitively and organically to enhance rather than damage the environment. The land has previously been registered as part of the Single Payment Scheme and Glastir and is currently a blank canvas and would suit a multiple of uses from farming and fishing to conservation and leisure.
The land is offered for sale as one principal lot edged red on the plan. This comprises a mix of improvable pasture and wetland with river frontage on the eastern eastern boundary. It will be necessary to create a new access as this is very limited and overgrown at present The land is typical of an area of upland grazing and whilst suitable for conservation or amenity use or indeed grazing of hill livestock, it is unlikely to be suitable in the main for arable or cropping use.
SERVICES: There are no services connected to the land.
RIGHTS OF WAY: – We understand the property has the benefit of a right of way for all purposes over the lane and is subject to various public footpaths
TENURE: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
METHOD OF SALE: The property is for sale by Private Treaty.
SINGLE PAYMENT SCHEME: We understand that the land has previously been registered as part of the Single Payment Scheme, however there are no entitlements included in the sale of the land.
RIGHTS OF WAY, EASEMENTS & WAYLEAVES: The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and Rights of Way, public and private, whether specifically mentioned or not.
VIEWING: Viewing of the land will be permitted unaccompanied and on foot only. Viewing is at the viewer's risk and provided copies of these particulars are being carried. However, all parties viewing the land are expressly requested to arrange an appointment via the selling agents to attend the land before they attend on site. There may be livestock on the holding and as such viewers should take all reasonable care and ensure that if they open a gate that it is securely fastened behind them.
** please note the access is extremely overgrown **
A good sized block of improvable land divided into 3 lots for convenience for sale. Could either be improved or would be suitable as a conservation project or a wildlife habitat or similar, and occupies a very convenient setting in the heart of the coastal county of Pembrokeshire.The only way to appreciate the land for sale is by a viewing, which can be arranged with the selling agents on 01834 860260.