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101 acres, South Headborough, Haverfordwest, West Wales
For Sale - Offers Over £1,000,000

  • Rare Pembrokeshire offering,within 5 miles of idyllic beaches and the popular coastal villages of Little Haven and Broad Haven, offering a range of farming, lifestyle, or development opportunities on
  • Approx. 100 acres of south facing early growing arable land and high quality grassland with moors, heathland and woodland
  • Modern and traditional buildings with planning permission for two dwellings.

Situation : -
The setting of South Headborough, can only be fully appreciated by a personal inspection. Located in a peaceful rural area, ideally suited to purchasers looking to create a home in the countryside, yet within easy reach of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastline.
The popular coastal villages of Little Haven and Broad Haven offer a range of local services alongside sandy beaches within some 5 miles and the sailing centre of Dale within easy reach.
Haverfordwest, the County Town of Pembrokeshire offers a wide range of services, leisure and shopping facilities, is just 5 miles or so away, with further amenities available within the nearby town of Milford Haven.
The Farm lies on the periphery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park within a belt of highly regarded early land, suitable for pasture and arable with nearby agricultural land use being dairy and livestock, alongside all classes of arable use.

Description : -
The farmstead is approached over a private compacted stone lane that provides excellent access to the fields, with the buildings being located in a private setting on the eastern side of the holding. The farmstead includes an attractive pond that has plenty of conservation and amenity appeal, together with the remains of the original farmhouse. There are two traditionally constructed outbuildings that have the benefit of planning consent for conversion to residential properties under reference 22/0262/PA, and the completed project will no doubt be a most desirable residential element to compliment that agricultural land.

The Land : -
The Land extends to 100 acres or thereabouts and is a versatile block of predominantly level, south-facing pasture land, divided by fencing and natural hedgerows into useful sized, easily worked enclosures, that are all conveniently located to the farmstead or access lane, with internal gates at strategic points that allows for livestock or machinery to be easily moved around the holding. Typical of farmland in this area, the land is highly productive, early land, enjoying a mild climate and having a good depth of top-soil and being relatively free-draining. In the past, the farm has been used for a variety of arable crops and there are two irrigation ponds which, along with an area of moorland, provide land and features that offer an opportunity for a conservation or habitat project to compliment the agricultural use of the land.

The South facing aspect of South Headborough may also be of interest to parties interested in exploring the potential for renewable energy, subject to the necessary consents being obtained as the present owners have been approached by a provider considering such a project.

Services : -
Mains water and electricity are available.

BPS : -
We understand that the land has been used to claim for basic payments but no entitlements form part of the sale.
Entitlements can be purchased by separate negotiation.

General Remarks : -
The sale of South Headborough offers a rare opportunity to acquire a property that has the potential to be developed into a highly desirable rural residence within the Pembrokeshire countryside. Comprising a parcel of productive agricultural land, to include a useful range of buildings, alongside traditionally constructed buildings that have the benefit of planning consent for a redevelopment project. The buildings can be converted to provide a principal residence and letting cottage of considerable character, in an area that sees a consistent demand for holiday accommodation.

Possibly there is some potential for further development of other traditional buildings on the farmstead.

The property occupies a pleasant, private and peaceful rural setting on the periphery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, being within easy reach of the popular coastal villages of Broad Haven and Little Haven with the Dale peninsular also within easy reach as is the superb scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline. The towns of Haverfordwest and Milford Haven both offer an extensive array of amenities and are within a 10-15 minute drive.

The buildings are ideally suited for livestock, machinery or crop housing and storage. The land offers a variety of opportunities, being productive south facing pasture and arable land, alongside conservation and habitat areas and with the potential for an alternative energy project, subject to planning.

Viewing to appreciate the setting and potential of South Headborough is highly recommended.


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