A rare opportunity to acquire a acre (0.30 ha) level building site with detailed planning consent for four detached houses, set in a small, peaceful hamlet with beautiful panoramic views over the Cambrian and Eppynt Mountains.Land adjacent to Maesywawr,
A rare opportunity to acquire a acre (0.30 ha) level building site with detailed planning consent for four detached houses, set in a small, peaceful hamlet with beautiful panoramic views over the Cambrian and Eppynt Mountains.
Land adjacent to Maesywawr, Cefngorwedd, Llangammarch Wells, Powys, LD4 4DN
COMPRISING: - An attractive small parcel of residential development land with full planning consent for the erection of four detached houses (two 3-bed and two 4-bed). The front hedge has been removed and the access created with hardcore. The land is very gently sloping with 1.74 m fall over the whole site (SW to NE corners), making it an easy site to develop. The land can be purchased as four individual plots with services run in by the vendor or the site can be purchased as a whole with a discount to cover this work. Note - The asking prices for the four plots reflect their areas, with a premium on the rear plots.
PRICES: - Plot 1 (For 3-bed house) 38,000 Plot 2 (For 3-bed house) 42,500
Plot 3 (For 4-bed house) 45,000 Plot 4 (For 4-bed house) 50,000
VIEWING: - With the aid of a sales brochure during daylight hours. Note - Please be careful as the ground is uneven
DIRECTIONS: - From Llandrindod Wells take the A483 South to Builth Wells and continue through the town towards Llandovery. Pass through the village of Cilmery, then turn left in Garth for Llangammarch Wells. On reaching the village, turn left at the bottom of the hill, cross the river bridge then turn right for Cefn Gorwydd. Proceed through the hamlet and the site is on the left shortly before the crossroads. (Sale Board erected)
SITUATION: - Cefn Gorwydd is a small hamlet set on the crest of a small hill between the Irfon and Dulas valleys, with a Chapel and about 20 houses. The land fronts onto a minor C-Class road and the plots have far reaching views to the Eppynt Mountain to the South and Cambrian Mountains to the North. Llanwrtyd Wells, historically the smallest market town in England and Wales is about 1 miles and has a Primary School, shops, Doctors Surgery, pubs, restaurants, etc and is renowned for hosting many unusual events, to include â€œMan v. Horseâ€, the â€œWorld Bog Snorkelling Championshipâ€, etc. It has a Railway Station and there is also one at the village of Llangammarch Wells (2 miles), which also has a Church, Chapel, Shop / sub-Post Office and Public House, and just over 3 miles away there is the famous Lake Hotel, which has leisure and Spa facilities. The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, tranquility and low traffic volumes, and is extremely popular for outdoor pursuits, to include numeros cycling competitions. There is a wider range of amenities at the market town of Builth Wells to include a High School, Leisure Centre, Cinema, Theatre, 18-hole Golf Course, Bowls, Cooperative Supermarket and numerous events at the adjacent Royal Welsh Show Ground. The market towns of Llandovery and Brecon are are approximately 13 and 20 miles distant, and the County Town of Llandrindod Wells is 17 miles, with a Tesco Superstore, Aldi Supermarkets, etc. The larger towns of Carmarthen and Abergavenny are both about an hours drive, and Swansea City is about a 1 hour drive and the City of Cardiff and Severn Bridge are both about a 1 hour drive.
THE DEVELOPMENT SITE
Detailed Planning Consent has been granted by Powys County Council for the erection of four detached houses. The architect was Ian Jones and scaled down versions of the plans have been reproduced on the brochure. Full size plans are available for inspection at the Agents’ office.