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 has advised Telereal Trillium on a wide variety of development sites and properties all over Wales . They consistently deliver the levels of local knowledge, expertise, initiative and successful outcomes that you need when running a large UK wide portfolio.

Mark Kelly, Director, Development & Disposals, Telereal Trillium