Coastal residential and holiday cottage opportunity

Exciting development project

10 May 2017

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A cluster of traditional stone barns and outbuildings set in open countryside on the Glamorgan heritage coast offers an exciting development project for someone to create a new residential dwelling plus a holiday cottage. Pysgodlyn Barns in Broughton, near Monknash in the Vale of Glamorgan, are surrounded on three sides by open countryside and fronted by a quiet country lane. Historically a dairy supplying the wider estate, the property is set in 1.13 acres and includes the barns and a courtyard, a parking area and a walled paddock.

Hazel Davies, Surveyor with Cooke & Arkwright’s Land Agency comments, “This is in a delightful rural location popular with walkers, making the holiday let an attractive addition. This will be an exciting development project for someone to create a new countryside home with a business attached.”

Pysgodlyn Barns are within walking distance of a well-renowned public house, The Plough & Harrow, as well as Nash Point Lighthouse and the Wales Coast Path. The historic market towns of Llantwit Major and Cowbridge are within a few miles and the village of Wick, with its village shop and two public houses is just a short walk away.

Full planning permission has been granted for the conversion of the stone barns to a single residential unit and parking, with a detached office and a separate holiday let. Cooke & Arkwright are marketing the property for sale by private treaty.

For further details please contact Chris Hyde  01656 644642 or Hazel Davies 01656 644605

Cooke & Arkwright have been providing rating valuation advice to The Welsh Rugby Union Limited (“WRU”) and Millennium Stadium plc for many years. They were recently successful in achieving substantial reductions in the assessments of the Millennium Stadium, covering both the 2005 and 2010 rating list. These negotiated reductions yielded savings of c.£3.5m which, crucially, allows the WRU to re-invest in rugby throughout Wales. They advise the WRU across the group portfolio including the National Centre of Excellence in the Vale of Glamorgan. The valuation issues across the WRU portfolio are complex requiring a high level of understanding of the funding and finances of professional sport in Wales. Cooke & Arkwright’s experience and understanding of these issues and application to the rating valuation have yielded these substantial negotiated reductions. The WRU and the Millennium Stadium entrust our work to organisations with the required levels in experience and expertise in dealing with these complex issues. I am glad to say we have this expertise in Wales. I would have no hesitation in recommending ratepayers making use of this Welsh based expertise.

The Welsh Rugby Union Limited, Welsh Rugby Union Group