A parcel of land occupying a pleasant convenient setting on the periphery of the popular village of Hook extending to 4.8 acres or thereabouts in total and including a timber built stable and store shed 4m x 25m and with the benefit of mixed planning for domestic equestrian, ancillary or agricultural use. A rare opportunity to acquire a parcel of land in this location. Available as a whole or in 2 lots.
The land occupies a very pleasant semi rural setting on the periphery of the popular village of Hook being located on Pill Road and within easy walking distance of the tidal waters of the River Cleddau. Hook has long been established as one of the more popular residential locations within the area having the benefit of a good range of local services that include a primary school and village shop and lies within easy reach of the town of Haverfordwest, which as the principal administrative centre for the area benefits from further services, etc.
From Haverfordwest take the Burton Road out of the town for approximately 3 miles, turning left for Hook at Freystrop Cross. Proceed into Hook and turn left onto Pill Road which is just before the sports field. The land is situated towards the bottom of Pill Road with the access being on the left and denoted by our sale board.
A plan of the land is attached for identification purposes only. Taking its access off Pill Road and being divided into 2 larger grazing fields and potentially 2 paddocks, this is a parcel of level pasture land with wetter lying areas that lend themselves for a conservation project or similar. The access leads to a recently constructed timber stable and storage that measure approximately 4m x 25m (13ft x 82ft) and offers stables, storage and tack room. To the fore of this area is a useful hardstanding area for additional storage and the land is bordered in part by a stream that provides a natural water source.
N.B: It should be noted that the planning permission for part of the land is for agricultural use only whilst the planning for the stable and one field is for domestic/equestrian/ancillary storage under planning consent application no: 17/0577/pa.
There are no services connected.
Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. It should be noted that there is a public footpath crossing part of the land.
Local authority: Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA61 1TP. Tel:
This is a valuable parcel of equestrian and grazing land situated on the periphery of the popular village of Hook and having the benefit of a useful building, that offers stabling and ancillary storage. Viewing is highly recommended for those parties looking for a pony paddock or similar, as land of this nature rarely comes onto the open market and whilst the potential for equestrian use is clearly apparent possibly parts of the land would suit a conservation project or similar subject to any necessary further consents being obtained. As mentioned above the vendors would consider offers on the land edged red as a whole and the land hatched blue as separate lots. N.B. The vendors would consider offers on the land in its entirety or on the fields and the land edged blue as separate lots.