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● Purpose Built Stableyard with Four Loose Boxes ● Two Shelters, Tack Room, Yard and Hard-standing ● Planning Permission for Welfare Unit/Store ● Four Paddocks ● Approx. 13 Acres In All ● Close to the Preseli Hills and the Pembrokeshire Coast A private equine yard set in approx. 13 acres with four stables, shelters, tack room and hard-standing, with easy access to the Preseli Hills and within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park OUTBUILDINGS & LAND There are two field gate entrances onto council maintained Mynachlogddu Road. The main entrance leads onto a hard surfaced yard upon which there are Two Timber Stable Buildings providing Four Loose Boxes each 12’ x 12’ (c.3.6m x 3.6m), a Tack Room and a Shelter 12’ x 12’ (c.3.6m x 3.6m). The stables have skylights providing natural light, and there is some solar lighting on the yard. There is a further Double Shelter 24' x 12’ (c.7.3m x 3.6m) made and installed by Hunters Stables. In January 2023, planning permission was granted under application no. NP/22/0432/FUL for a new welfare unit/store with ecological enhancements (mainly in retrospect) Further details are available from the Agents. The Land adjoins the stables in four main enclosures of gently sloping pasture with a south-easterly aspect. There are spectacular views from the top two fields and access to superb riding along the country lane for a short distance, which leads to a number of bridleways and onto the Preseli Hills. Also close by are the many well-known sandy beaches along the Pembrokeshire coast at Newport Sands and Poppit Sands. IN ALL APPROX. 13.25 ACRES (About 5.4 Hectares)

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