Gwaelod Y Maes, Llanelli

  • Ref: 17464812
  • Type: Land
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Rees Richards Property Types: Commercial Property, Rural Property, Land
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Property Features

  • 78.67 Acres of Rough Grazing
  • Level Marsh Land
  • Right of Access of Adopted Highway
  • Seasonal Grazing

Property Summary

A conveniently situated block of 78.67 acres of rough grazing marsh land suitable for seasonal grazing on the outskirts of Llangennech on the banks of the River Loughor.

Full Details

The land outlined in red is being sold with vacant possession of which forms part of registered title number CYM391882.

The remaining marsh land is currently held unregistered and does not form part of the sale.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements.
Sold subject to all existing rights of way, wayleaves and easements (if any).

The land benefits from a Right of Way over the railway crossing at Llangennech Station onto third party land, which leads to the land, as shown on the attached plan.

We understand that the property benefits access to natural water supply only.

Basic Payment Scheme
There are no entitlements.

Plans are prepared by Rees Richards and Partners for identification purposes only.

The land outlined in Red is included in the sale, of which amounts to 78 acres in total. The remaining land is currently held unregistered and does not form part of the sale.

From the M4 at Junction 48, head South-West on the A4138 towards Llanelli and Llangennech for some 0.5 miles. At the set of traffic lights, take the left turn onto the B4297 Pontarddulais Road into the village of Llangennech. Proceed for 1 mile on this road, by passing the village centre and turn left onto Heol Y Parc once you have reached the Bridge Inn on your right. Proceed on this road for 0.3 miles until you reach Llangennech Train Station and Railway Crossing. Access can be obtained by crossing on foot and by vehicle.

By appointment only via sole marketing agents only.
Please ask to speak to Dylan Williams or Rhys James.