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Lot - Land to the East of the Parc Dan-Y-Bryn Estate, the Parc Dan-Y-Bryn Estate, Tonyrefail, Porth, CF39 8JS Auction Lot £5,000+ - Auction Estates

the Parc Dan-Y-Bryn Estate, Porth, CF39 8JS

Guide Price: £5,000+


Sold
£10,500

Key Features

  • Located to the East of the Parc Dan-Y-Bryn Estate
  • Total site area of circa 2 acres
  • Freehold amenity & boundary land
Draft Details Only

Amenity land and boundary land measuring approximately 2 acres adjacent to the recently developed Parc Dan-Y-Bryn Estate

• Located East of the Parc Dan-Y-Bryn Estate
• The adjacent estate was built by Redrow
• Approximately 1 mile South of Gilfach Goch
• Circa 1 mile West of Tonyrefail
• Junction 34 of the M4 is 7 miles to the South
• Total site area of circa 2 acres
• To include amenity and boundary land
• To be offered with vacant possession
• Possibility for future development STP
• Red line for illustration purposes only

VAT

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Conditions of Sale

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Freehold with vacant possession

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