A PROPERTY in Pwllheli which was formerly the home of a dairy which went into liquidation has been put up for sale.

The Old Crown Buildings, which used to house St. Beuno’s Dairy at Y Ffor, is available with Middleton Barton Valuation.

It has a guide price of £740,000, and is available on a freehold basis.

Liquidators were called in to the company last summer, which was found to have owed more than £250,000 to trade creditors.

North Wales Chronicle: The Old Crown Buildings, PwllheliThe Old Crown Buildings, Pwllheli (Image: Middleton Barton Valuation)


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The property was originally constructed in 1972, with extensions carried out in 1982 and 2011.

Middleton Barton Valuation said of the property: "The property is located in a rural location on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales.

“The property is situated 26 miles south of Bangor and the A55 North Wales Expressway.

“The property is located 85 miles from Chester and the national motorway network via M56 motorway.

“The property is located in a small industrial estate on the edge of the village of Y Ffor in a predominantly rural area.

“The property is situated three miles from Pwllheli and 11 miles from Porthmadog.

“Local land users are primarily agricultural; however, the locale enjoys a significant seasonal tourist trade.

“The property has been upgraded to provide food grade internal finishes to the production areas and associated facilities.

“The property is of a typical industrial property construction under a sheet roof.”