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£950,000
Development Land at Pludds Meadow, Gosport Street, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire SA33 4SY
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0 Bedrooms | Status: Under Offer | Ref: 2683
  • PRIME RESIDENTIAL OPPORTUNITY OF INTEREST TO DEVELOPERS
  • AGRICULTURAL LAND EXTENDING TO 5 ACRES
  • ALLOCATED FOR 24 DWELLINGS (2 Affordables)
  • LOCATED ON THE PERIPHERY OF LAUGHARNE
  • THE LAND HAVING A GENTLE GRADIENT AND FRONTING THE A4066
Property Description

PRIME RESIDENTIAL OPPORTUNITY OF INTEREST TO DEVELOPERS. A CHOICE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE ALLOCATED FOR 24 DWELLINGS WITH SECTION 106 AGREEMENT IN PLACE (2 Affordables) THE SITE COMPRISES AGRICULTURAL LAND EXTENDING TO 5 ACRES WITH A GENTLE GRADIENT FRONTING THE A4066 LOCATED ON THE PERIPHERY OF THE POPULAR AND SOUGHT AFTER HISTORICAL TOWNSHIP OF LAUGHARNE.

PLANNING:

Planning consent granted 19th February 2008 for residential development for 24 dwellings Ref: W/09788 with 2 affordables.
Copy of the consent available with the agents together with a copy of the approved section 106 Agreement.
Variation to the approval W/27727 granted October 2014.

LOCATION:

Laugharne lies on the Estuary of the River Taf
and is famous for having been the home of Dylan Thomas and is thought to have been the inspiration for the fictional town of Llareggub in Under Milk Wood. Dylan's former residence, The Boat House and writing shed are a popular tourist attraction in the area.
Laugharne is an historical township dating back to the 12th Century with a magnificent medieval castle. Laugharne Corporation is one of the last surviving medieval corporations in the United Kingdom, is presided over by a Portreeve, wearing his traditional chain of Gold Cockles, and is conferred annually.
Customs associated with the corporation include the common walk, also known as beating the bounds, which occurs on Whit Monday every 3 years.
The Township offers a good range of amenities for day to day needs. There is a shop, chemist and doctor's surgery, bakery, delicatessen, pubs including the famous Browns Hotel, the popular Cors Restaurant, variety of eating places, a community hall as well as places of workshop including the beautiful Church.

St Clears is situated approx. 4 miles away where you have excellent road links to the A.40 providing easy access to the County Town of Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire to the west with its beautiful coastal town and villages and within 4 miles is the famous Sandy Beach at Pendine.

SPORTING & RECREATIONAL:

There are many opportunities for walking and cycling in the area. There are 2 gold courses on the outskirts of Carmarthen. There is Rugby in both St Clears and Laugharne with local derby's.

The Corran Resort and Spa is approx. 2 miles and the extensive Gower, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire coastline are all within an hours drive.

EDUCATION:

A wide range of schools are to be found in Laugharne, St Clears and Pendine. Secondary schools at Whitland and Carmarthen.
Further details visit: www.carmarthenshire.gov.uk

SERVICES:

We understand that mains water, electric and drainage are nearby and would suggest that interested parties make their own enquiries as to location and connection charges.

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