- 30.62 Acres of Agricultural Pasture Land
- 7.26 Acres of Amenity Woodland
- Suitable for Grazing of Livestock, Mowing of Hay, Equestrian Use or Arable Production
- Greatly Improved Access from A4226 (5 Mile Lane)
- Guide Price: £250,000 - £280,000
- For Sale by Private Treaty
The land is located in Dyffryn, a small village in the Vale of Glamorgan. Dyffryn is situated approximately 5 miles north of the town of Barry and approximately 8 miles south east of the market town of Cowbridge.
With the recent widening of the A4226 (5 Mile Lane) access to the land from Barry and the Vale of Glamorgan generally has been greatly improved. Access is also available from St Nicholas, just off the A48 and Duffryn Lane.
37.88 acres (15.329 hectares) of pasture land and woodland as edged in red on the plan. Of the total area, 30.62 acres (12.392 hectares) is permanent pasture capable of arable production and 7.26 acres (2.937 hectares) is amenity woodland. The land is either a gentle east facing slope or flat.
Access is from St Lythans Road then from a hardcore track positioned to the south of the property known as Hamston Fawr, as coloured in blue on the plan.
We understand that there is a Dwr Cymru Welsh Water main in St Lythans road immediately adjacent to the eastern boundary of the road. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries with Dwr Cymru Welsh Water.
Method of Sale
The land is offered for sale by Private Treaty.
Guide Price of £280,000.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land is being sold without the benefit of Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements.
The plan attached to these particulars is shown for identification purposes only and whilst every care has been taken, their contents cannot be guaranteed.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon completion.
HM Land Registry
Title No. WA826127
The boundary responsibilities are shown by the inward facing ‘T’ marks on the attached plan. The internal boundaries defined by hedgerows.
The Sellers will erect prior to completion of the sale a stockproof fence between points A, B and C on the plan.
Wayleaves/Easements/Rights of Way
The land is subject to, and with the benefit of all rights, including: rights of way, whether public or private, light, 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.
The land falls into the Denchworth soil series as defined in the Soil Survey of England and Wales. The Denchworth soil series; geology is Jurassic and Cretaceous clay. The soil and site characteristics include slowly permeable seasonally waterlogged clayey soils with similar fine loamy over clayey soils. Some fine loamy over clayey soils with only slight seasonal waterlogging and some slowly permeable calcareous clayey soils. This soil series is noted for cropping and land use to include winter cereals and short term grassland.
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.
Health and Safety
Given the potential hazards of rural land, we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety.
Interested parties must contact the Seller’s Agents to arrange an inspection of the land.
Contact: Andrew Thomas
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