Land at Overton-on-Dee, Oswestry Road , Overton, LL13 0LG
- 16.67 acres of broad leaf woodland and pasture land
- 180m of river frontage to the River Dee with fishing rights available
- Historic orchard
- Tree species including ash, poplar and sycamore
- Secluded valley
- Internal woodland lanes
- Good roadside access
- The land has its own historic water ram and natural spring
A unique and exciting opportunity to purchase a site with fields, river frontage, orchard and a block of ancient mixed mature broadleaf woodland forming a substantial part of Llan-Y-Cefn Wood. Set in its own secluded valley leading down to the River Dee, with approximately 180m of river frontage with the possibility of fishing rights, extending to a total of 16.67 acres (6.75Ha). With far reaching views and its own historic water ram and natural spring - the property is accessible and at the same time quiet and most private. In this highly regarded area it is indeed a highly recommend viewing.
At the top of the valley is a historic orchard containing original fruit trees and a paddock of approximately 2.68 acres, suited to grazing or mowing with a private lane leading from the main road down into the woodland. Throughout the woodland are a wide variety of broadleaf tree species including ash, poplar and sycamore with some ancient hazel coppice and an abundance of wild flora species providing habitats for numerous mammals and birds including Otters suggesting the river is in a good state. Moving down to the riverbank, the topography is mostly flat with good access to the river. There is also a hydraulic water ram capable of pumping natural spring water from the bottom of the woodland up to the highest point on the land.
The property is suited for several uses including several potential sites, subject to planning permission, with a private space to enjoy the beauty of the fields, direct river access, diversity of nature within the woodland and orchard or indeed as a woodland management project.
We ask that all viewings of the property are made via
appointment with the selling agent, by calling the office on . We request that you take a copy of these sales details with you when viewing the land.
Or follow satnav to postcode LL13 0LG and take the immediate right if coming from Overton or left if coming from Oswestry and the land is approximately ¼ of a mile down the lane on the right indicated by a for sale board.
The land can be accessed via a roadside gate and lane leading to the woodland coloured brown on the sale plan.
A stoned lane has been installed by the forestry commission from the main road down into the woodland as indicated by the access lane coloured brown on the site plan. Several other lanes have been installed through the woodland which due to being unused for several years require minor clearing to be made usable once again. These are indicated yellow on the sale plan.
The land has the benefits of a natural water supply from the River Dee.
The land also benefits from a hydraulic water ram capable of pumping natural spring water from the bottom of the woodland up to the highest point on the land all year round using the fall of the water. The spring is entirely contained within the property.
RIGHTS CAN BE INCLUDED
Sporting, fishing and mineral rights can be included in the sale via negotiation.
The river offers some of the best river fly fishing in Wales. It is renowned for salmon, trout and sea trout but is particularly famous for its grayling.
The land lies within close proximity to the village of Overton which has a fine collection of 18th and 16th century buildings, many of which are listed as architectural or historic interest. Adjacent to the land are fine seven figure country properties.
There are also good road links to Ellesmere 5.5 miles, Whitchurch 14.6 miles, Llangollen 12.8 miles, Shrewsbury 22.2 miles and Chester 22.1 miles.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
There are no Basic Payment Entitlements included with the land.
The land was previously registered with Tir Gofal and received payments for its environmental appeal value.
TENURE & TITLE
Freehold registered title under CYM284183 with vacant possession upon completion.
The land will be sold subject to an overage provision where the vendor will be entitled to 50% of the uplift in value resulting in any use other than agricultural or equestrian. This will be triggered upon the grant of planning or if any change of use takes place.
According to the Cranfield Soil and Agri-food Institute (Soilscapes of England & Wales), the soil is classed as "Soilscape 18" Slowly permeable seasonally wet slightly acid but base-rich loamy and clayey soils.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT
The property not withstanding any description contained in these particulars, is sold subject to any development plan, tree preservation order, town planning scheme or agreement, resolution or notice.
MONEY LAUNDERING LEGISLATION
Rostons Ltd must comply with Anti Money Laundering legislation. As part of the requirements, Rostons must obtain evidence of the identity & proof of address of potential buyers. Prior to an offer being accepted, all parties who are purchasing must provide the evidence.
EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all public and private rights of way, lights, drainage, cable, pylons or other easements, restrictions or obligations whether or not the same are described in these particulars of sale.
There are public rights of way running adjacent to the River Dee which can be seen on the sales plan.
SALE PLAN AND PARTICULARS
The sale plan is based on the Ordnance Survey sheet. Prospective purchasers should check the contract documents. The purchasers shall raise no objection or query in respect of any variation between the physical boundaries and the Ordnance Survey sheet plan. The plans are strictly for identification purposes only.
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Land at Overton-on-Dee, Oswestry Road , Overton, LL13 0LG
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Ruabon Station4.0 miles
- Chirk Station5.0 miles
- Gobowen Station5.7 miles
About the agent
Sell with Rostons
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- Rostons Rural - led by Tony Rimmer and Alice Kearns they have extensive experience in selling any of the following: Farms, smallholdings, land, pony paddocks, barns with planning permission, development plots.
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