Oaklands Farm is sitauted in the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan. It comprises 133 Acres of permanent pasture and woodland, together with Oaklands Pine Lodge (with planning permission to extend) which presently offers light, airy and versatile accomodation with open plan living space (kitchen, dining, living area), up to 3 bedrooms, utility room and bathroom. Large decked area to front and side offering al fresco dining with splendid countryside views. A good range of modern farm buildings is situated close to the entrance of the farm off Five Mile Lane.
Oaklands Farm is situated to the south-east of Bonvilston with access directly off Five Mile Lane.
This area of the Vale of Glamorgan is highly popular for both its recreational opportunities as well as convenience for the major centres.
Local Primary Scholl at St. Nicholas. Secondary education at Cowbridge.
Mains water (connected to the Pine Lodge, farmyard and the majority of individual field enclosures).
Drainage to bio digester soakaway.
48 volt battery powered inverter electrical system (with back-up diesel generator)
Open plan kitchen/living space: 5.894m x 4.707m plus 2.93m x 2.25m.
Utility Room: 2.02m x 2.84m
Family Bathroom: 2.858m x 1.925m
Master Bedroom: 3.057m x 4.21m
Bedroom 2: 2.72m x 2.66m
Bedroom 3: 1.793m x 2.724m
Outline planning permission was granted 19th November 2010, for a permanent agricultural worker's dwelling with all matters reserved.
Approval of reserved matters was granted on 25th June 2012.
The outline planning permission includes retention of the existing structure on the site, together was an L shaped extension.
For further details, please call Anna Cheney, Planning Department, HRT.
Modern Agricultural Buildings
1. Portal framed general purpose farm buildings (40x105 approx)
2. Lean-to (off 1.) with 5 "Tubby" stables including a foaling box (30x105 approx)
3. Lean-to (off 1.) (30x105 approx)
4. McGreggor Mobile Rearing Houses (for production of meat birds) (4.25 x 10.25m)
5. NFP Ledbury Brooder House (for brooding meat birds) (12 x 20)
Ideally situated to permaculture. The land lies in a ring fence and extends to about 133 acres of which 93.346 acres is permanent pasture, 20.93 acres is parkland, and approximately 18.264 acres is woodland/woodland grazing.
Easements, Wayleaves & Rights of Way
The property is offered for sale subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, either public or private, all easements, wayleaves and other rights of way whether they are specifically reffered to or not.
No footpaths, bridleways or other public rights of way affect or cross the land.
All sporting rights owned by the vendors are included in the sale.
Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the vendors nor the vendors agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise to the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of the boundaries, the question shall be referred to the vendors agents whose decision acting as expert shall be final.
Take junction 33 off the M4 and travel on the A4232 for approximately 3 miles, and branch left for the Culverhouse Cross slip road. At the roundabout, take the fourth exit onto the A48, passing Cottrell Park on your right hand side. You will reach a set of traffic lights. Turn left onto the Five Mile Lane. The entrance to Oaklands Farm lane is approximately half a mile, on the right hand side.
Please contact our Cowbridge Office on 01446 772911 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.