The property comprises a single parcel of bare land equating to 115.5 acres. The land can be described as 71.45 acres of high quality pasture suitable for grazing and mowing in addition to 30.23 acres of low-lying summer grazing. 2 blocks of amenity woodland total 13.83 acres. The property has direct access onto the A4222.
The land is located south of the M4 motorway between the small villages of Talygarn and Ystradowen. The larger village of Pontyclun is 1 mile to the north whilst the market town of Cowbridge is just over 4 miles to the south. The M4 motorway is easily accessed at junction 34 and Cardiff City Centre is 14 Miles by road.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is being sold subject to any wayleaves and easements. High voltage and low voltage electricity lines cross the property.
We understand that no public rights of way cross the property.
The Nant Dyfrig and Nant Rhydhalog brooks offer natural water supplies. Mains water is presently connected although the connection runs through the neighbouring farmhouse and therefore a new mains connection will be required.
The plan provided is for identification purposes only and whilst every care has been taken, its contents cannot be guaranteed.
The land is sold on a freehold basis with vacant possession.
The property will be sold subject to a Development Clawback arrangement whereby the vendor will receive 30% of the uplift in value should the land be subject to development which is not associated with agricultural/equine use. This arrangement will last for a period of 80 years.
All figures quoted are exclusive of Value Added Tax (VAT). Any interested party should satisfy themselves as to the incidence of VAT in respect of any transaction.
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