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Coed Tylluan (Owl Wood) - SOLD, Denbighshire - 6¾ acres, £55,000

Coed Tylluan (Owl Wood) - SOLD
Coed Tylluan (Owl Wood) - SOLD
Denbighshire

A wonderfully secluded piece of regenerated broadleaf woodland near the town of Corwen.

Coed Tylluan (Owl Wood) previously part of the Pale Estate is a haven for wildlife, particularly owls, hence the name. The woodland originally carried a conifer crop, which has since been felled and allowed to naturally regenerate into broadleaf woodland with plenty of birch and willow as well as a small number of conifers. The woodland would benefit from thinning to allow the better trees to flourish. It would also be beneficial to plant other species to enhance the diversity of the woodland. There is a small stream which runs through the woodland which is surrounded by areas of wetland, with an amazing variety of mosses and lichens. There is a particularly nice spot deep into the woodland upon a ridge, which gives you a good vantage point to look across the woodland. The woodland is situated in an incredibly secluded area on a road which leads to a nearby farm. We would advise you to wear waterproof wellies/boots upon viewing, as there are many spots within the woodland where normal footwear won't suffice.

Trees

This is a naturally regenerated mixed broadleaf woodland with the majority being birch, with some oak and holly and a variety of other species. There are some beautifully mature beech trees towards the road and around the boundaries of the wood.

Wildlife

The woodland is a haven for owls, especially tawny owls, as the woodland provides valuable nest sites and cover. Other wildlife the wood is known to support are woodcocks, long-tailed tits and hedgehogs.

Features

Near the edge of the hard standing there is a handmade bench to use either as you prepare to walk around the wood or catch your breath on your return. The section of the wood nearest the road is dry, and slopes down to the wetland in the middle of the wood. Beyond the wetland, the land rises again, and while wet in a few places, is generally much drier. Towards the back of the wood there is a surprising rocky ridge, with a much flatter area behind.

Access, tracks and footpaths

The woodland has a good sized hard standing at the entrance for parking. There are no tracks or footpaths through the woodland, but there isn't really a need, as the whole woodland is easily accessible, if you are wearing the right boots....

Rights and covenants

It is understood that the sporting rights are included, but that the mineral rights are reserved to a former owner.

The purchasers of the woodland will be asked to enter into a covenant to ensure the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of adjoining woodlands and meadows.

Local area and history

The little market town of Corwen is just under 5 miles away. The town is renowned for its historical association to Owain Glyndwr who was the last native-born Prince of Wales. There is a life-size statue of Owain astride his battle horse in The Square near the hotel that bears his name.

The small town of Bala is just over 11 miles away. It’s situated in the lake district of southern Snowdonia, which is famous for events such as triathlons, cycling, swimming and white-water canoeing.

Details

  • Price: £55,000
  • Location: Cynwyd, Corwen, Denbighshire
  • Size: 6¾ acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 125
  • Grid ref: SJ 027 412
  • Nearest post code: LL21 0EU

Boundaries:

The northern boundary runs along a fence line/road. The eastern and western boundary is marked with wooden stakes. The southern boundary runs along a fence line adjacent to an open field. The boundaries are further indicated by red paint on fence posts, stakes and trees (as well as orange tape on trees on the eastern and western boundaries).

These plans and particulars were prepared by George Patey.

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Local manager

chris Chris Colley
07769 654392
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Description

Coed Tylluan (Owl Wood) previously part of the Pale Estate is a haven for wildlife, particularly owls, hence the name. The woodland originally carried a conifer crop, which has since been felled and allowed to naturally regenerate into broadleaf woodland with plenty of birch and willow as well as a small number of conifers. The woodland would benefit from thinning to allow the better trees to flourish. It would also be beneficial to plant other species to enhance the diversity of the woodland. There is a small stream which runs through the woodland which is surrounded by areas of wetland, with an amazing variety of mosses and lichens. There is a particularly nice spot deep into the woodland upon a ridge, which gives you a good vantage point to look across the woodland. The woodland is situated in an incredibly secluded area on a road which leads to a nearby farm. We would advise you to wear waterproof wellies/boots upon viewing, as there are many spots within the woodland where normal footwear won't suffice.

The purchasers of the woodland will be asked to enter into a covenant to ensure the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of adjoining woodlands and meadows.

Trees

This is a naturally regenerated mixed broadleaf woodland with the majority being birch, with some oak and holly and a variety of other species. There are some beautifully mature beech trees towards the road and around the boundaries of the wood.

Wildlife

The woodland is a haven for owls, especially tawny owls, as the woodland provides valuable nest sites and cover. Other wildlife the wood is known to support are woodcocks, long-tailed tits and hedgehogs.

Features

Near the edge of the hard standing there is a handmade bench to use either as you prepare to walk around the wood or catch your breath on your return. The section of the wood nearest the road is dry, and slopes down to the wetland in the middle of the wood. Beyond the wetland, the land rises again, and while wet in a few places, is generally much drier. Towards the back of the wood there is a surprising rocky ridge, with a much flatter area behind.

Access, tracks and footpaths

The woodland has a good sized hard standing at the entrance for parking. There are no tracks or footpaths through the woodland, but there isn't really a need, as the whole woodland is easily accessible, if you are wearing the right boots....

Rights and covenants

It is understood that the sporting rights are included, but that the mineral rights are reserved to a former owner.

The purchasers of the woodland will be asked to enter into a covenant to ensure the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of adjoining woodlands and meadows.

Local area and history

The little market town of Corwen is just under 5 miles away. The town is renowned for its historical association to Owain Glyndwr who was the last native-born Prince of Wales. There is a life-size statue of Owain astride his battle horse in The Square near the hotel that bears his name.

The small town of Bala is just over 11 miles away. It’s situated in the lake district of southern Snowdonia, which is famous for events such as triathlons, cycling, swimming and white-water canoeing.

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Location

OS Landranger: OS No 125
Grid ref: SJ 027 412
Nearest post code: LL21 0EU

Maps

Directions

From Corwen head south on the B4401 to Cynwyd.

In the centre of the village turn right (signposted Ifor Williams Factory) to the bridge over the Afon Dyfrdwy.

After the bridge go straight on to the T-junction.

At the junction turn right and immediately left.

Pass the driveway to Tyn y Caeau on the left.

After around 300 yards, turn left onto a narrow lane opposite the track to TY-Nant Farm.

Continue on this lane for around 1 ½ miles.

The woodland will be on your left.

Boundaries:

The northern boundary runs along a fence line/road. The eastern and western boundary is marked with wooden stakes. The southern boundary runs along a fence line adjacent to an open field. The boundaries are further indicated by red paint on fence posts, stakes and trees (as well as orange tape on trees on the eastern and western boundaries).

These plans and particulars were prepared by George Patey.

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