Longhouse with planning permission for conversion near Swansea
Offers in the region of £175,000
Located in the Gower peninsula, Britain's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there exists a virtually unknown Gower Longhouse, with the most magnificent views and sunsets.
Listed in the 1838 Tithe Records of the lower hamlet of Llanrhidian Parish as house and garden, in the then occupation of Gordon Thomas, for a tithe of 1 shilling 4 pence.
The property is set in total peace and tranquility along a short track from the village of Llanrhidian, yet is just 12 miles from Junction 47 of the M4 and 12 miles from the city of Swansea.
This Longhouse has recently been granted full planning permission for a holiday let.
Two Hebditch 12ft x 12ft on site stables included.
The water supply is from an on-farm spring which is an EC Registered source of natural mineral water which you can quite literally bathe in. The water is charged at half the applicable water rate and is for domestic use only.
Also on offer (separately):-
a) 50' x 30' barn with concrete floor, W/C and shower
b) Approx 10 acres grazing land with grazing rights for one animal unit per acre held (1 unit = 1 horse or 1 cow or 5 sheep).
Phone: 07808 737777
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