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Land at a premium but no one wants this lovely house.



EIGHT parcels of pastureland in the Vale of Clwyd all exceeded their pre-sale estimates when going under the hammer on Monday.

However two residential lots, for a period farmhouse and a range of outbuildings, both went unsold at the auction at Brookhouse Mill, Denbigh.

Highest prices were realised for two small plots of farmland near Gwalia, Pwllglas, Ruthin - pounds 7,339/acre for a 4.36-acre parcel and pounds 7,291/acre for a 1.92-acre parcel.

A potential 3.59-acre pony paddock paddock

a fenced field or enclosure.


joining paddock
used for mating.
 at Foel Uchaf, Bylchau, fetched pounds 5,571/acre Five plots of land at Plas Yn Llan, Efenechtyd, Ruthin, were also sold by joint agents Davis Meade and Clough n. 1. A cleft in a hill; a ravine; a narrow valley.
2. A sluice used in returning water to a channel after depositing its sediment on the flooded land.
1. (Com.) An allowance in weighing. See Cloff.
 & Co.

One, which included a five-bay outbuilding outbuilding n. a structure not connected with the primary residence on a parcel of property. This may include a shed, garage, barn, cabana, pool house, or cottage.  and 4.577 acres, fetched pounds 105,000. The other two, at 26.28 acres and 39.5 acres, sold for pounds 6,088.51/acre and pounds 5,435/acre respectively.

But the impressive Grade II-listed Plas Yn Llan farmouse failed to meet its guide price of pounds 420,000-pounds 480,000. It's now being offered by private treaty at pounds 499,950.

Associated outbuildings with planning consent for two houses also went unsold and are now on the market at pounds 145,000.

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Plas Yn Llan farmhouse, near Ruthin, is grade 11-listed
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 21, 2009
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