Guide Price £155,000

Wyvern Pools, Brongest, Newcastle Emlyn, , Ceredigion

  • Area

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    5.7Acres

General information

Introduction
Wyvern Pools is a former trout farm extending to 5.7 acres (2.3 ha), comprising; 3 pools, fish farm building with raceways and rearing tanks, static caravan and fishing rights on the River Ceri.

Location
The property is located on the edge of the village of Brongest, approximately 4 miles north of the town of Newcastle Emlyn.
Wyvern Pools

Three former trout pools fed by the River Ceri.
Pool 1 - extending to 0.22 acres, average depth 3.1m.
Pool 2 - extending to 0.41 acres, average depth 2.75m.
Pool 3 - extending to 0.27 acres, average depth 2.4m.
The River Ceri runs alongside the western boundary of the property. Approximately 410 meters of fishing rights are included. The Ceri is a tributary of the River Teifi and is known to contain a population of wild brown trout as well as benefitting from sea trout runs.

Fish Farm
A series of concrete raceways next to the fish farm building:
3 x top channels - 8m (l) x 1.5m (w)
Main rearing tank - 11.5m (l) x 11m (w)
4 x bottom channels - 13m (l) x 10m (w)

Over the last 12 months the current owner has invested in a number of improvements including; installation of pipe work for mains water (connection required), a new fish screen, a new sluice gate and wall to prevent flooding together with general maintenance of the buildings.

Buildings
Fish Farm Building (4.6 x 6.7m) Single storey concrete block/metal clad building with concrete floor, previously used to rear trout. Vehicle access/storage.

Caravan
A two bedroom static caravan (32 x 12ft) connected to a septic tank.

Planning
A Certificate of Lawful Development was granted for:
Fishery / Fish Farm (a place where fish are bred for commercial purposes) (sui generis use), along with the associated lakes, retention of the caravan (for use as a site office and for washing & toilet facilities in connection with the fishery / fish farm) & associated septic tank.
The site would be suitable for a number of fishing and/or fish farming uses and also has potential for holiday accommodation, subject to planning.

Guide Price
£155,000

Licences
There are currently no abstraction or discharge licences. National Resources Wales have confirmed they will consider re-issuing these.

Services
Mains electricity, septic tank drainage. A borehole has been sunk, a pump is required.

Prospective buyers should note there is Himalayan Balsam present on the site.

Property summary

Introduction
Wyvern Pools is a former trout farm extending to 5.7 acres (2.3 ha), comprising; 3 pools, fish farm building with raceways and rearing tanks, static caravan and fishing rights on the River Ceri.

Location
The property is located on the edge of the village of Brongest, approximately 4 miles north of the town of Newcastle Emlyn.
Wyvern Pools

Three former trout pools fed by the River Ceri.
Pool 1 - extending to 0.22 acres, average depth 3.1m.
Pool 2 - extending to 0.41 acres, average depth 2.75m.
Pool 3 - extending to 0.27 acres, average depth 2.4m.
The River Ceri runs alongside the western boundary of the property. Approximately 410 meters of fishing rights are included. The Ceri is a tributary of the River Teifi and is known to contain a population of wild brown trout as well as benefitting from sea trout runs.

Fish Farm
A series of concrete raceways next to the fish farm building:
3 x top channels - 8m (l) x 1.5m (w)
Main rearing tank - 11.5m (l) x 11m (w)
4 x bottom channels - 13m (l) x 10m (w)

Over the last 12 months the current owner has invested in a number of improvements including; installation of pipe work for mains water (connection required), a new fish screen, a new sluice gate and wall to prevent flooding together with general maintenance of the buildings.

Buildings
Fish Farm Building (4.6 x 6.7m) Single storey concrete block/metal clad building with concrete floor, previously used to rear trout. Vehicle access/storage.

Caravan
A two bedroom static caravan (32 x 12ft) connected to a septic tank.

Planning
A Certificate of Lawful Development was granted for:
Fishery / Fish Farm (a place where fish are bred for commercial purposes) (sui generis use), along with the associated lakes, retention of the caravan (for use as a site office and for washing & toilet facilities in connection with the fishery / fish farm) & associated septic tank.
The site would be suitable for a number of fishing and/or fish farming uses and also has potential for holiday accommodation, subject to planning.

Guide Price
£155,000

Licences
There are currently no abstraction or discharge licences. National Resources Wales have confirmed they will consider re-issuing these.

Services
Mains electricity, septic tank drainage. A borehole has been sunk, a pump is required.

Prospective buyers should note there is Himalayan Balsam present on the site.

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