Land, farm and bungalow for sale with stunning coastal and countryside views is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
North Wales’ Great Orme is best known for its stunning beauty and spectacular sea views. And now someone has the chance to own part of this famous limestone headland next to the popular seaside town of Llandudno, complete with agricultural land, farm buildings and a bungalow with unparalleled views.
Parc Farm provides an opportunity for farmers, investors or entrepreneurs to take on the 145 acres that include a former 18 hole golf course closed at the outbreak of the Second World War.
It also includes 720.62 acres of valuable grazing rights on the headland.
“Mention the Great Orme and everyone visualizes that amazing piece of headland next to Llandudno,” said Tony Evans, a partner at chartered surveyors and estate agents Morris, Marshall and Poole who are joint agents on the sale with Gary Hoerty Associates.
“And this very unique sale provides a rare chance to own a piece of this famous headland in what is a very unique and spectacular position.”
Formal tenders have to be received by the agents by 12noon on Wednesday, 6th May.
Gary Hoerty added: “The location is just one part of the opportunity. Parc Farm’s agricultural merit should not be disregarded as it forms a productive livestock unit with the additional opportunity of acquiring the bungalow perched in what has to be one of the most envious locations in North Wales.”
Split into two lots, lot 1 includes the land together with agricultural buildings and grazing rights, while lot 2 includes the Parc Farm bungalow – complete with stunning panoramic views across the coastline, the Orme and Llandudno.
The three-bedroom bungalow was recently modernized and designed to capture the views across the coastline and countryside.
It includes exposed oak beams and oak flooring and oil fired heating.
Mr Evans said it also provided possible leisure and tourism business opportunities subject to local consents.
“The land was once used as an 18 hole golf course until it was closed in the 1940s as a result of the Second World War. This combined with other tourism or business opportunities makes it a possible investment opportunity in addition to the agricultural element,” added Mr Evans.
Full details of the sale can be obtained from Morris, Marshall and Poole at www.morrismarshall.co.uk or by telephoning 01686 626160.
Parc Farm is being sold by formal tender as a whole or in two lots. Sealed tenders must be submitted to Morris, Marshall and Poole, 10 Broad Street, Newtown, Powys, SY16 2LZ by 12noon on Wednesday, 6th May 2015.
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