Investors invited to unwrap the potential of a parcel of land on outskirts of Cardiff

A parcel of land in a desirable village location near the city of Cardiff has come on the market.

The pocket of scrubland property in a cul de sac at Cefn Bychan is in the highly sought after location of Pentyrch on the western outskirts of the city of Cardiff.

Being sold by Newport-based Paul Fosh Auctions, Sean Roper of the property auctioneers, says the land may well have potential for a number of alternative uses.

“The  site is mainly rectangular in shape and could be ideal for a number of uses including development or tourism-based use such as a holiday let or for extra land for adjoining properties/neighbours.

“The village of Pentyrch lies to the north-western edge of Cardiff and is ideal for access to the A470 and the M4 and Cardiff City Centre.

“We are aware that previous planning for a detached dwelling was refused. Any interested parties should make their own enquires regarding any future planning with the local planning department.”

The land, which has a guide price of £54,000-plus, is included in a catalogue of some eighty properties which are being offered for sale online at Paul Fosh Auctions April sale which starts at 12 noon on Tuesday, April 9 and ends from 5pm on Thursday, April 11.