Property for sale in 28.78 Acres of Agricultural Land, Part of Preswylfa Farm, Neath

Property - £180,000

28.78 Acres of Agricultural Land, Part of Preswylfa Farm, Neath

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First listed on: 01st September 2018

Nearest stations: Neath (1 mi)Briton Ferry (2 mi)Skewen (2.6 mi)Baglan (3.2 mi)Port Talbot Parkway (4.4 mi)

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Property Description

28.78 Acres of Agricultural Land Part of Preswylfa Farm, Cimla, Neath SA11 3QL
For Sale as a Whole or in Two Lots
An excellent opportunity to purchase a fertile block of Pasture land on the edge of the town of Neath.

Situation
The land is situated to the east of the Gnoll Estate Country Park at the edge of the town of Neath, convenient to local amenities, a short travelling distance from junction 43 of the M4 Motorway, the A465 Neath – Abergavenny Trunk Road, the city of Swansea and all local centres of employment and recreation.
Please see the attached location plan.Directions
For Sat Nav Users: SA11 3QLDescription
The land extending to 60.36 acres is situated to the east of the Gnoll Estate Country Park on the edge of the town of Neath and comprises two separate parcels of flat or sloping permanent pasture/woodland with high amenity value being located adjacent to Gnoll Park.Lot 1 – 28.78 acres of Pasture Land edged blue.
The land is fertile permanent pasture with a narrow belt of woodland along the northern and eastern boundaries, mainly flat or on a gentle slope. Access is available to this lot via the gateways marked at points B, C & D on the plan.
Water is available from the brook/ditch which adjoins the northern boundary.
We believe that a Dwr Cymru Welsh Water main crosses the land. Prospective purchasers are advised to contact DCWW to establish the availability and cost of obtaining a metered mains water supply. Lot 2 – 31.58 acres of Pasture Land/Woodland edged red.
This parcel of ground is situated to the east of the private road which leads to Preswylfa Farm.
The land is mainly productive permanent pasture with deciduous woodland grazing’s in the north west corner and the belt along the south western boundary. The majority of the land is on a gradual slope with a north westerly aspect with the western section dropping to a level sheltered area with a small brook/ditch along the western boundary.
Easy access to this block of land is available from point A on the plan directly off the private road which leads off Cimla Road and through the Gnoll Park.
Of the total acreage of 31.58 acres, 29.25 acres is Permanent Pasture and 2.33 acres approximately is woodland.
Natural water is available to this lot.General Comment
It is considered that the land is ideally suitable for the grazing of livestock or mowing or equestrian use with extensive riding facilities available in the immediate area.Buyers please note the land can be divided into smaller lots subject to separate negotiation.Inheritance Tax
Agricultural property relief – this offers relief at 100% of the Agricultural Value of Agricultural Property; Agricultural land or pasture, including woodland and any building used in connection with intensive livestock, provided that the occupation is ancillary to that of the land.
The usual rate since 1992 is 100% for which the land must have been held with vacant possession for 2 years and farmed alone or in partnership. (This is relevant to land farmed in hand i.e. not rented out).
The Finance Act 1995 provided 100% relief to the owners of land let after the 1st September, 1995. In practice, as long as the new owner has owned it for 7 years and it is let on a Farm Business Tenancy Agreement it will qualify for 100% Agricultural Property Relief.Soil Type
The land is believed to fall into the Brickfield 2 Soil Series as defined in the Soil Survey of England and Wales. The Brickfield 2 Series has a drift from Palaeozoic and Mesozoic sandstone and shale geology with soil and site characteristics of slowly permeable seasonally waterlogged fine loamy soils. Associated with fine loamy soils with only slight waterlogging and some deep well drained fine loamy soils. Noted for dairying and stock rearing on permanent or short-term grassland.Basic Payment
The land is being sold without the benefit of Single Farm Payment Entitlements.Development Clawback
Both lots are sold subject to an existing 25-year 30% Development Clawback Arrangement effective from 2011.Wayleaves/Easements/Rights of Way
The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including: rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, 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 benefits from a deed of grant dated the 21st April, 1995 made between Neath Borough Council (1) John Morgan Price, Michael John Price and Alvin Price (3) in respect of a right of way at all times with or without motor vehicles or animals of every description from the subject land to the public highway known as Cimla Road.Method of Sale
The land is offered for sale by Private Treaty.Plan
The plan attached is for identification purposes only and, whilst every care has been taken, its contents cannot be guaranteed.Health and Safety
Given the potential hazards of a working farm, we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety. (Inspection by prior appointment only).Tenure/Possession
Freehold with Vacant Possession.Guide PriceLot 1 - £ 180,000
Lot 2 - £ 140,000
As a Whole - £ 320,000Viewing Arrangements
Interested parties must contact the seller’s agent to arrange an inspection of the land.
For further information, please contact:
Andrew R Thomas
Herbert R. Thomas, 59 High Street, Cowbridge,
Vale of Glamorgan, CF71 7YL
Tel: 01446 776379.
E-mail: andrewthomas@hrt.uk.com / danieljones@hrt.uk.com
 


 Lot 1 – 28.78 acres of Pasture Land edged blue.
Water is available from the brook/ditch which adjoins the northern boundary.
We believe a Dwr Cymru Welsh Water main crosses the land. Prospective purchasers are advised to contact DCWW to establish the availability and cost of obtaining a metered mains water supplyLot 2 – 31.58 acres of Pasture Land/Woodland edged red.
Natural water is available to this lot.
28.78 Acres of Agricultural Land Part of Preswylfa Farm, Cimla, Neath SA11 3QL
For Sale as a Whole or in Two Lots
An excellent opportunity to purchase a fertile block of Pasture land on the edge of the town of Neath.

Situation
The land is situated to the east of the Gnoll Estate Country Park at the edge of the town of Neath, convenient to local amenities, a short travelling distance from junction 43 of the M4 Motorway, the A465 Neath – Abergavenny Trunk Road, the city of Swansea and all local centres of employment and recreation.
Please see the attached location plan.Directions
For Sat Nav Users: SA11 3QLDescription
The land extending to 60.36 acres is situated to the east of the Gnoll Estate Country Park on the edge of the town of Neath and comprises two separate parcels of flat or sloping permanent pasture/woodland with high amenity value being located adjacent to Gnoll Park.Lot 1 – 28.78 acres of Pasture Land edged blue.
The land is fertile permanent pasture with a narrow belt of woodland along the northern and eastern boundaries, mainly flat or on a gentle slope. Access is available to this lot via the gateways marked at points B, C & D on the plan.
Water is available from the brook/ditch which adjoins the northern boundary.
We believe that a Dwr Cymru Welsh Water main crosses the land. Prospective purchasers are advised to contact DCWW to establish the availability and cost of obtaining a metered mains water supply. Lot 2 – 31.58 acres of Pasture Land/Woodland edged red.
This parcel of ground is situated to the east of the private road which leads to Preswylfa Farm.
The land is mainly productive permanent pasture with deciduous woodland grazing’s in the north west corner and the belt along the south western boundary. The majority of the land is on a gradual slope with a north westerly aspect with the western section dropping to a level sheltered area with a small brook/ditch along the western boundary.
Easy access to this block of land is available from point A on the plan directly off the private road which leads off Cimla Road and through the Gnoll Park.
Of the total acreage of 31.58 acres, 29.25 acres is Permanent Pasture and 2.33 acres approximately is woodland.
Natural water is available to this lot.General Comment
It is considered that the land is ideally suitable for the grazing of livestock or mowing or equestrian use with extensive riding facilities available in the immediate area.Buyers please note the land can be divided into smaller lots subject to separate negotiation.Inheritance Tax
Agricultural property relief – this offers relief at 100% of the Agricultural Value of Agricultural Property; Agricultural land or pasture, including woodland and any building used in connection with intensive livestock, provided that the occupation is ancillary to that of the land.
The usual rate since 1992 is 100% for which the land must have been held with vacant possession for 2 years and farmed alone or in partnership. (This is relevant to land farmed in hand i.e. not rented out).
The Finance Act 1995 provided 100% relief to the owners of land let after the 1st September, 1995. In practice, as long as the new owner has owned it for 7 years and it is let on a Farm Business Tenancy Agreement it will qualify for 100% Agricultural Property Relief.Soil Type
The land is believed to fall into the Brickfield 2 Soil Series as defined in the Soil Survey of England and Wales. The Brickfield 2 Series has a drift from Palaeozoic and Mesozoic sandstone and shale geology with soil and site characteristics of slowly permeable seasonally waterlogged fine loamy soils. Associated with fine loamy soils with only slight waterlogging and some deep well drained fine loamy soils. Noted for dairying and stock rearing on permanent or short-term grassland.Basic Payment
The land is being sold without the benefit of Single Farm Payment Entitlements.Development Clawback
Both lots are sold subject to an existing 25-year 30% Development Clawback Arrangement effective from 2011.Wayleaves/Easements/Rights of Way
The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including: rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, 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 benefits from a deed of grant dated the 21st April, 1995 made between Neath Borough Council (1) John Morgan Price, Michael John Price and Alvin Price (3) in respect of a right of way at all times with or without motor vehicles or animals of every description from the subject land to the public highway known as Cimla Road.Method of Sale
The land is offered for sale by Private Treaty.Plan
The plan attached is for identification purposes only and, whilst every care has been taken, its contents cannot be guaranteed.Health and Safety
Given the potential hazards of a working farm, we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety. (Inspection by prior appointment only).Tenure/Possession
Freehold with Vacant Possession.Guide PriceLot 1 - £ 180,000
Lot 2 - £ 140,000
As a Whole - £ 320,000Viewing Arrangements
Interested parties must contact the seller’s agent to arrange an inspection of the land.
For further information, please contact:
Andrew R Thomas
Herbert R. Thomas, 59 High Street, Cowbridge,
Vale of Glamorgan, CF71 7YL
Tel: 01446 776379.
E-mail: andrewthomas@hrt.uk.com / danieljones@hrt.uk.com
 


 Lot 1 – 28.78 acres of Pasture Land edged blue.
Water is available from the brook/ditch which adjoins the northern boundary.
We believe a Dwr Cymru Welsh Water main crosses the land. Prospective purchasers are advised to contact DCWW to establish the availability and cost of obtaining a metered mains water supplyLot 2 – 31.58 acres of Pasture Land/Woodland edged red.
Natural water is available to this lot.
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59 High Street

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Cowbridge

CF71 7YL

Telephone: See phone number 01446 772911

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