Tir Mynydd Islaw'r Ffordd
    OIRO £99,999
    Land for sale
    Tir Mynydd Islaw'r Ffordd is a plot of land approximately 64 acres. It consists of gently sloping rough grazing land with stony out-crops and clumps of gorse. The property can only be accessed with a 4x4 vehicle over neighbouring property.

    Traditional dry stone walls surround the land and a rudimentary sheep pen can be found in the South-West corner of the field. The Ysgethin River runs along the lower boundary of the property.

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    Directions
    In the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy, take the road Ffordd Gors (opposite Capel Ddwywe). Follow this for apprximately 0.8 miles then turn right at the access gate for Cors Y Gedol. Follow the road for another 0.5 mile and then turn right after the livestock handling area onto Ffordd Fridd Isa. Stay on this road for a further 0.5 miles then proceed through the gate and over the bridge, continue on this track for another mile and the field will be located after the fifth gateway.

    Tenure: Freehold

    Features

    • Approximately 64 Acres of Land
    • Suitable for rough grazing
    • Traditional dry stone wall boundaries
    • Ysgethin River lower boundary
    • 4x4 Vehicular access only
    • Sheep pens
    Reference: RS2896
    Branch: Barmouth
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