Dafydd Hardy

Land at Fron Oleu Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey, Gwynedd, LL75 8HJ

  • Conditional Online Auction Sale
  • Guide Price * : £18,000 Plus fees

On Behalf of Dafydd Hardy

  • Parcel of Land in an Elevated Location
  • Requires Some Attention
  • Would Benefit from Beautiful Coastal Views
  • Measuring 1000msq

Property Description

On Behalf of Dafydd Hardy

Land For Sale

An opportunity has arisen in the coastal resort of Red Wharf Bay. The parcel of land measuring just over 1000m2 does require some attention and would benefit from the beautiful coastal view once being maintained. Mains electricity is available, as well as a water well which is now in need of refurbishment.

The land enjoys a beautiful elevated rural location, just a few miles out of Pentraeth. The village is well placed for many of the coastal and rural attractions to be found on the island and is also a convenient travelling distance to the larger towns of Menai Bridge, Beaumaris and Llangefni, which between them offer comprehensive shopping and all the essential services. With the A55 expressway only a short drive away, commuting through Anglesey and across the North Wales coastline is quick and easy.

*Please do not trespass on the neighbouring property or land. Stick to the footpath and do not climb any Gates*

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*Start Prices and Reserve Prices

Each property sold is subject to a Reserve Price. The Reserve Price will be within + or - 10% of the Start Price. The Start Price, also known as a Guide Price, is issued solely as a guide so that a buyer can consider whether or not to pursue their interest. A full definition can be found within the Buyers Terms which is available to download on our SDL Auctions website.

Viewing Details

By arrangement with the auctioneer 0345 319 2162.

Energy Performance Certificates

EPCs can be viewed in the Related Documents section on our SDL Auctions website or in the legal pack.

Auction Type: Conditional with Reservation Fee

Every online bidder must first create an account via the SDL Auctions website, in the online auction section. This is a very quick and simple process. In order to bid, you will need to be authorised for money laundering purposes, this will be carried out at the registration stage. This check will leave a soft footprint on your credit report (but it should not affect your credit rating). The registration process also requires card details to be entered, however the card will not be processed unless you are the successful bidder.

Once you have registered, you will be able to search, download legal documents, arrange site viewings and contact the Auctioneers and the solicitors if you have queries on the property.

If you are the successful bidder, at the end of the specified time period, you’ll enter into a reservation agreement with the seller and will have 40 business days within which to exchange and complete. If you fail to do so, you may lose your reservation fee. During the 40 business day reservation period, the seller is not able to accept other offers.

The sale of this lot is subject to a reservation fee of 4.8% including VAT or 4.2% including VAT in London, subject to a minimum of £6,000 including VAT. This does not contribute towards the purchase price and is payable on the fall of the hammer.

We will automatically charge you a minimum fee of £6,000, unless stated otherwise above (using the payment details provided at the registration stage) if you are the successful bidder, as payment towards a reservation fee. Where applicable, you will be required to pay any outstanding amounts of the reservation fee immediately after the end of the auction, which can be paid by debit card or bank transfer.

By placing a bid, you are authorising the auctioneer to sign the reservation contract on your behalf.

Full terms and conditions are available on the SDL Auctions website.

Joint Agent

Dafydd Hardy

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Sold subject to contract for £30,500

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