*GUIDE PRICE £500,000
The property comprises some 60.5 acres of open land with long northern border to the Dee Estuary foreshore and southern boundary to a rail line, the other side of which lies the A548. At the western end is the Greenfield Business Park with established occupiers including Kingspan Insulation, Westbridge Furniture, Greenfield Recycling and Jones Bros Concrete, and at the other is the town of Bagillt.
The majority of the site is level and grassed and is at present used for livestock grazing including an area of saltmarsh grazing fronting the Dee Estuary.
The northern boundary of the site enjoys wide open views across the Dee Estuary and is bordered by a raised sea wall topped by a well maintained and fenced stretch of the Wales
Coastal Path. On the seaward side is a large area of open grazing bordering the estuary, with livestock access points.
Of the 60.5 acres approx 12 acres has been allocated in the Local Development Plan for industrial use.
Currently the best access to the site is from adjacent to the local recycling depot where the sea wall footpath is accessed.
It is envisaged that a new access bridging the water course will be required for full vehicular access.
Bagillt is a small market and commercial town situated on the Flintshire coast of North Wales. The town overlooks the Dee Estuary and lies close to the towns of Holywell and Flint in the Deeside industrial corridor, about 8 miles to the west of Queensferry. The town has a population of circa 4,500 and lies upon the A458 within easy reach of the A55 North Wales Express Way linking the port of Holyhead with Chester 15 miles to the south east, approx a 25 minute drive, from where there is easy access Via the M53 to Liverpool and Merseyside, or onto the M56 eastwards to the M6.
The property connects a large industrial estate with the town of Bagillt to the east, and is approached from Bagillt via the A548 off which leads the link road into Business Park No 2 and the Holywell Greenfield Recycling facility, adjacent to which is access to both the coastal path and the site.
The property is currently let upon a grazing licence
The property is currently used for agricultural purposes, with an area of approx 12.5 acres identified in the Local Development Plan for Industrial Use.
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