Land East Of Glyn Abbey Golf Club, Trimsaran, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire

£0 By Negotiation

Freehold

A greenfield development site extending to approximately 0.77 acre (0.31 hectare) situated along a prominent roadside location, within the immediate vicinity to the main intersection and roundabout leading to Ffos Las Racecourse.

The site is relatively level and of a slightly irregular shape but affords a good road frontage of approximately 57.75 metres (189 ft.) directly off the main B4317.

The site was previously granted outline planning permission for the development of a petrol filling station and retail convenience store (Ref: 16/10/2013) but also has potential for development for a range of alternative uses (subject to the necessary statutory consents).

The subject site is located directly off the main B4317 within close proximity to the popular public attraction of Ffos Las Racecourse, between Trimsaran and Kidwelly.

Trimsaran is a community and former mining village which lies between Llanelli and Kidwelly, in the Welsh County of Carmarthenshire.

The County of Carmarthenshire has a population 183,777 (2011 Census).

Trimsaran is six miles from Llanelli, and 13 miles from Carmarthen. It is close to Burry Port harbour, Pembrey Country Park and the Millennium Coastal Park, while the M4 Motorway (J48) is approximately 10 miles away in an easterly direction.

The site provides the following approximate dimensions and areas:

Site Area: 0.77 Acre (0.31 Hectare)

Frontage: 57.75m (189 ft.)
Depth (Max): 76.31m (250 ft.)

The subject premises is an undeveloped greenfield site and is therefore not eligible for a rating assessment.

All figures quoted are exclusive of VAT. Our client reserves the right to levy VAT on this transaction (where applicable).

As far as we have been advised, VAT is not chargeable on the purchase price.

The subject premises is available Freehold with vacant possession.

By appointment with Sole Agents:

Astleys Chartered Surveyors
Tel: 01792 479 850
Email: commercial@astleys.net
Contact: Sean Thomas BSc (Hons) MRICS