What Would You Do With 1,000 of the Greenest Acres on Earth?

There are worse ways to spend $650k

By Reuben Brody

 
What Would You Do With 1,000 of the Greenest Acres on Earth?
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24 May 2017

Looking for a nice spot to park that off-the-grid small home? Welcome to Bugeilyn Moor.

Want to get away from city life? Welcome to Bugeilyn Moor.

Need a change of scenery to spark inspiration? Welcome to Bugeilyn Moor.

This is Wales, population of around three million people, mainly clustered in the cities. Elsewhere: Bugeilyn Moor, 1,040 acres that roll across the Pumlumon mountain range above Machynllet (aka some of God’s greenest earth), and is neither close nor far from those cities.

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It’s for sale, only for a cool $650k. You can hunt on it. You can fish for trout in the two rivers and the lake (rumor has it there's a native fish that's exclusive to the area). You can watch several species of birds because there’s a big conservation easement on it — so you know that cities may grow, but you’ll always have a buffer if you build your home in the middle.

There’s also a farm that’ll pay you rent.

Bugeilyn Moor. Just saying.

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