Land with Barn at Glangrwyney

Offers Over £120,000

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Land with Barn at Glangrwyney

Offers Over £120,000

Approximately 12.11 acres of pastureland and a steel portal framed barn, situated on the western boundary of Glangrwyney, south of the A40. The land is accessed via a track adjacent the A40, above the neighbouring fields, which comes off a driveway off the A40. The land comprises two parcels of permanent pasture, one large field and a further smaller paddock to the south. The main field is very flat and is believed to be have historically been used as the village cricket ground. It features a steel portal framed barn in the southwest corner, of approximately 18.5m x 6m, with some blockwork walls and partial timber cladding. There is a mature oak tree northwest of centre, and amongst undergrowth on the western boundary the remains on the old cricket pavilion. On the eastern boundary it abuts the Grwyne Fawr river, a tributary to the Usk. There is stock proof fencing to most of the boundaries. The property is for sale by Informal Tender. Tenders are to be received no later than 12pm on Friday 10th September 2021. The sale is subject to a reserve price and overage of 30% for 25 years.

Land with Barn at Glangrwyney

Offers Over £120,000

Approximately 12.11 acres of pastureland and a steel portal framed barn, situated on the western boundary of Glangrwyney, south of the A40. The land is accessed via a track adjacent the A40, above the neighbouring fields, which comes off a driveway off the A40. The land comprises two parcels of permanent pasture, one large field and a further smaller paddock to the south. The main field is very flat and is believed to be have historically been used as the village cricket ground. It features a steel portal framed barn in the southwest corner, of approximately 18.5m x 6m, with some blockwork walls and partial timber cladding. There is a mature oak tree northwest of centre, and amongst undergrowth on the western boundary the remains on the old cricket pavilion. On the eastern boundary it abuts the Grwyne Fawr river, a tributary to the Usk. There is stock proof fencing to most of the boundaries. The property is for sale by Informal Tender. Tenders are to be received no later than 12pm on Friday 10th September 2021. The sale is subject to a reserve price and overage of 30% for 25 years.

  • Prime Pasture Land of Approximately 12.11 Acres
  • Edge of Village
  • Natural Water Source
  • Steel Portal Framed Barn
  • Very Flat
  • Old Cricket Pavilion
  • For Sale by Informal Tender
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