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Features

  • APPROX 11 ACRES OF ACCOMODATION LAND
  • WELL-MAINTAINED HEDGED AND FENCE BOUNDRIES
  • DIRECT MAIN ROAD ACCESS AND FRONTAGE
  • GOOD QUALITY ARABLE PASTURE
LOCATION & AMENITIES The land is situated in the tranquil hamlet of Croeslan, which has a shop & sub post office.  The market town of Llandysul, offers a good range of local facilities & amenities including: shops, post office, a medical practice, public houses, places of worship, a leisure centre with indoor swimming pool and a bilingual school for children from 3-19 years old.  The market town of Newcastle Emlyn lies just 7 miles away, with the administrative town of Carmarthen just 16 miles due southeast.  No directions are given in this portfolio as viewers are accompanied. 

MEASUREMENTS, CAPACITIES & APPLIANCES The measurements in this brochure are for rough guidance only; accurate measurements have not been taken.  Philip Ling Estates have not formally verified any measurements.  Therefore, it is advised that the prospective client prior to purchase validates such information.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION The land to the north-west of Penlan Farm is conveniently situated, along the A486 offering easy access to the A487 main coastal road and A40/A48 main access road to the M4. The land, totalling 11 acres, or thereabouts, is situated in the village of Croeslan, which lies some 4 miles from Llandysul. The land, which is good quality arable, suitable for both grazing and cropping, comprises of two sizeable plots, with hedged and fenced boundaries. We are advised that the land has an easement for the use of a private water source.

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