House for sale in Fishing At Glanrafon, Llanyblodwel, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10
Attractive Fishery known as the Lower Beat of The Glan-yr-afon Water, on the River Tanat, Lanyblodwel, Nr. Oswestry, Shropshire
The attractive beat is situated in The Tanat Valley, where the River runs through meadowlands. It is very quiet and secluded, is only five to six miles to Oswestry, about 18 miles to Shrewsbury, about 20 miles to Wrexham and such large conurbations of population as Warrington, Liverpool, Birkenhead, Chester, Crewe and Stoke-on-Trent are all less than two hours away by car.
Access is on foot from a quiet lane in Llanyblodwel village near Glanyrafon Farm and Huntsman Bridge Kennells over the concrete bridge and then downstream to the point ‘B’ on the plan.
In more detail the Beat starts at the Downstream Garden fence of Wern-gwtta at the point at which we have marked ‘B’ on the sale details plan, and ends at the point marked ‘A’ on the plan. It extends to a distance which we estimate by scaling from the plans available at 1,070 yards (2/3rds of a mile single right bank of the River Tanat.
The River Tanat, which is tributary of the River Severn has a run of Salmon usually fairly late in the Season and also has a very good natural stock of Brown Trout.
The Beat includes a number of pools and runs with plenty of natural cover and, as such, provides very attractive challenging sport. All the pools are accessible by wading and from the bank, no boat being necessary.
We understand that the left bank is in private ownership but is let
RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS AND OTHER RIGHTS
The Beat is sold subject to the following three Rights which refer to the Glan-yr-afon Fishery as a whole, a stretch of about 2.530 yards
The right to Alan Fletcher Jones personally during his lifetime to fish in the river with one rod and line only at the proper Season of the year during his lifetime we understand that Mr Fletcher is deceased.
The right reserved to Mr John Rothwell Townson in a Conveyance of 30th May 1978 for him and his named successors to fish in the river with one rod and linen only at any one time at proper Seasons of the year; we understand that although Mr Rothwell and his successors are alive no one has exercised the rights since the vendor and the previous vendor acquired the fishing rights.
The rights are also sold subject to rights to water cattle and other such rights as may be vested in any owners of the Riverbanks or land adjoining.
In addition to the above, the Beat will also be sold subject to a further covenant to the effect that it may not be owned or fished by an angling club and that no more than 3 rods may fish the water at any time. This clause is proposed in the interests of good sportsmanship and in deference to the adjoining neighbouring farmer, with whom our Client has always maintained a friendly and amicable relationship.
TENURE To be advised.