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Lot - Land fronting the A4093 and associated roadways and roundabout, Tonyrefail, Porth, CF39 8JA Auction Lot £1,000+ - Auction Estates

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The Nottingham Racecourse

12 August 2021

Land fronting the A4093 and associated roadways and roundabout, Porth, CF39 8JA

Guide Price: £1,000+


Key Features

  • Located to the North of the Parc Dan-Y-Bryn Estate
  • Total site area of circa 6.8 acres
  • Freehold amenity, boundary land, roadway and roundabout
Draft Details Only

Amenity land, roadway, roundabout and boundary land measuring approximately 6.8 acres.

• Located to the South of the Park Eirin Estate
• To the North of the Parc Dan-Y-Bryn Estate
• 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 6.8 acres
• To include roadway, roundabout and boundary land
• Freehold amenity and boundary land
• Manly made up of trees and vegetation
• Red line for illustration purposes only


Interested parties should refer to the Special Conditions of Sale for confirmation of whether VAT is applicable to the sale price.


At anytime from A4093

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Conditions of Sale

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Freehold with vacant possession

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