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271 acres, Rhosybol, Amlwch, Rhosybol, Amlwch, LL68, Anglesey
Under Offer - Guide Price £2,450,000

A rare opportunity to purchase a productive grassland farm on the Isle of Anglesey.
Trysglwyn Fawr is comprised mainly of improved grassland and productive pasture grazing, a range of modern and traditional farm buildings, a number of small woodland blocks and a three bedroom detached cottage.


Lot 1 £1,300,000
A substantial block of improved grassland and productive pasture grazing extending to 163.65 acres and including a range of farm buildings.

Lot 2 £700,000
A ring fenced block of improved grassland extending to 83.51 acres.

Lot 3 £160,000
An improved grassland block extending to 19.80 acres.

Lot 4 £300,000
Taldrwst Cottage and approximately 4.58 acres of mixed woodland.

The Trysglwyn Fawr Windfarm is located on the holding and the vendor will retain ownership of 14 wind turbine bases and a substation with associated rights being reserved. For the avoidance of doubt, the acreages of the lots listed above do not include the 14 wind turbine bases and a substation. Further details are provided within these particulars within the Windfarm section.


Trysglwyn Fawr is situated in north of the Isle of Anglesey about three miles from the town of Amlwch. The market town of Llangefni is 14 miles from the farm and the coastal town of Holyhead is within 24 miles.

The A55 North Wales Expressway may be reached within 30 minutes giving access to the North Wales coast with links to the national motorway network. A direct train link from Bangor to London Euston takes approximately 3.5 hours.


The towns of Llangefni and Holyhead provide a wide range of local services and amenities including primary and secondary schools and leisure facilities.

The many delights of the Isle of Anglesey are easily accessible including the renowned Anglesey coastline with its spectacular coastal walks, charming bays and attractive countryside.


Taldrwst Cottage is a traditional stone built Welsh cottage set with 4.58 acres of gardens and woodland. The property briefly comprises of a utility/boiler room, downstairs toilet, living room, kitchen, and lounge on the ground floor. There are three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. Externally is a pleasant garden and ample parking area. The Cottage is currently occupied with vacant possession being provided in advance of completion.


Trysglwyn Fawr farmyard is comprised of a steel portal frame agricultural building, a range of traditional farm buildings and a hard packed farmyard providing ample room for access, fodder storage and parking.

The modern agricultural building extends to about 11,200 sq.ft in total with a fibre cement roof, Yorkshire boarding and blockwork cladding and double height steel frame doors that will allow farm machinery access for feeding. The building has a central concrete feed passage and benefits from mains electrical and water supply. There is an additional traditional farm building and a range of cattle handling facilities and handling pens suitable for a beef and sheep enterprise.

Lot 4 includes a pole barn with corrugated sheeting located to the rear of Taldrwst Cottage


The farmland extends in total to approximately 271 acres and lies within three separate ring fenced blocks.

The farmland is in excellent heart and is comprised predominantly of improved grassland which is used for livestock grazing and silage production. The land is approximately 50 metres above sea level and is level or gently sloping.
The farmland is easily accessible by means of well established hard tracks or directly from the public highway.

The fields are well fenced, suitably sized for modern machinery and are well drained. All fields benefit from mains water. The external and internal boundaries are a mixture of agricultural fending and mature hedgerows.

Lot 1 A commercial block of approximately 163.65 acres of improved grassland and productive pasture grazing.

Lot 2 A ring fenced block of improved grassland extending to 83.51 acres. The land is comprised of 8 large enclosures that are easily accessible by way of a farm track.

Lot 3 An improved grassland block extending to 19.80 acres.

Lot 4 4.58 acres of mixed woodland and the gardens of Taldrwst Cottage.


The property is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in 4 lots.


The freehold of the property is offered for sale with vacant possession on completion of the sale.


The freehold of the 14 wind turbines and sub-station are excluded from the sale highlighted hatched black on the sale plan. Trysglwyn Fawr is sold subject to the rights granted within a lease in favour of Beaufort Wind Limited expiring on 1st June 2021 with Beaufort Wind Limited having an option to extend the lease term to 1st June 2028.

The Vendor will reserve a right of access for all purposes to the retained land to undertake maintenance and repairs to the current cabling and service media infrastructure. In addition the Vendor reserves the right to the over sail of wind turbine blades in addition to the right to install, lay, connect to and use new cabling and service media for all purposes including a communications mast, in connection to those retained turbine plots should a replacement scheme be developed.

The Vendor is willing to grant a grazing licence to the Purchaser to graze the 14 retained wind turbine plots if desired. In addition, when wind generation ceases on the retained land and the turbines are dismantled then the Vendor agrees to offer first refusal to the Purchaser to purchase the 14 plots and the site of the sub-station at market value .


The holding is registered by Rural Payment Wales. No Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements are included with the sale however may be available to purchase by separate negotiation with a third party who previously occupied the land. The 2020 Basic Payment Scheme claim has been made. More detailed information is available from the selling agents however it is advised that all purchasers should take independent advice on the ability to claim under the Basic Payment Scheme.


Trysglwyn Fawr is sold subject to an overage condition reserving 20% of any increase in value should the property gain planning permission for wind energy development for 30 years after the sale. For the avoidance of doubt, the overage condition relates to the entirety of the holding being sold and is not related to the 14 wind turbine plots and sub-station being retained by the Vendor. Further details are available from the selling agent or Vendor's solicitors.


Taldrwst Mawr cottage is serviced by mains electricity, private drainage and a multi fuel burner. Trysglwyn Mawr farm buildings are serviced by a private water supply and mains electricity.


The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light, sport, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasieasements and restrictive covenants and all existing proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.


The farm is sold with vacant possession, nevertheless we would ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety.


The holding is not registered for VAT.


Sporting, timber and mineral rights are included in the sale.


EPC rating: F (29)

Isle of Anglesey County Council
01248 750057


Strictly by confirmed appointment with the vendor's agents, Carter Jonas 01248 360414


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