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Coed Cyneiniog, Ceredigion - 5½ acres, £39,000

Coed Cyneiniog
Coed Cyneiniog
Ceredigion

Coed Cyneiniog is a hillside woodland with lovely sweeping views, with healthy young growth of conifer and mixed broadleaf plus an area consisting predominantly of mature Western hemlock interspersed with semi mature oak.

Coed Cyneiniog is part of larger wood known as Coed Ffridd Cwmere, situated near the small village of Bont-goch. This is a woodland made up of conifer and mixed broadleaf consisting of semi mature oaks, amongst other young sapling growth of various broadleaf species. An area of clear fell was replanted in 2015 with a mixture of conifer and broadleaf. There is a newly constructed stoned track accessible to all vehicles. From the wood there are stunning views northwards across the valley, and these views are also to be enjoyed from the large level hardstanding area, which would make a perfect spot for camping or for woodland activities.

Trees

The south eastern corner of Coed Cyneiniog contains a stand of mature conifers, mainly Western hemlocks. These are interspersed with some well grown oak as well as some other mixed broadleaf. The remaining part of Coed Cyneiniog consists of young growth trees. A 2015 restocking consists of mixed conifer including spruce, larch and Douglas fir plus beech and birch among other species. There is of course great scope to supplement this planting with additional native species.

Wildlife

The wood is brimming with birdsong, woodpeckers are often heard amongst many others.

Features

Once in the parking area you'll notice a handmade bench which is placed in a good spot to take in the stunning views of the valley opposite.

A natural spring bubbles to the surface at a spot along the trackway that runs through the wood. This provides an opportunity to perhaps create a pond here as a catchment area, or it could be possible to run the spring into a tank to collect for use in the woodland.

Access, tracks and footpaths

Coming from Talybont there is excellent vehicle access to the wood. A gated entrance off the minor public road leads onto a newly built stoned track. The first section of track climbs up a steepish incline, manageable for 2 wheeled drive vehicles in good weather. The main track continues through the larger wood known as Coed Fridd Cwmere, towards the Coed Cyneiniog parking area, large enough for a camper van. Exiting out of the back of the parking area is an old trackway, recently brush cut, which cuts through the middle of the wood, flattening off after a short distance, then climbing again to rejoin the main track. This could be accessible to a four wheel drive vehicle, but is also a lovely circular walk on foot.

Coed Cyneiniog also has its own private entrance via a gate opening onto the minor road running along its northern boundary. This gate is found at the northwestern corner of the woodland.The track leading from the shared access track to this gate is within Cyneiniog's boundary and therefore for its private use only.

There is a third gate at its northeastern corner, outside the woodland's boundary, which Coed Cyneiniog shares access to with the neighbouring woodland owner.

Rights and covenants

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.

Activities

Lots of walking to be done, 60 miles of the Ceredigion coast path plus the Cambrian mountains has a range of walking trails, exploring woods and waterfalls...

Local area and history

The nearest village is Talybont with two pubs to choose from, The Black Lion Hotel (yBlac in Welsh) and the White Lion. The buzzy town of Aberystwyth is less than half an hour away to the south, and the lovely market town of Machynlleth under half an hour away to the north, with all amenities on offer.

Just to the north of Machynlleth is the Centre of Alternative Technology, a fascinating and vital centre of knowledge and information.

Also within easy reach is the wonderful Ceredigion coast line with much to explore!

Details

  • Price: £39,000 Freehold
  • Location: Talybont, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion
  • Size: 5½ acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 135
  • Grid ref: SN 689 884
  • Nearest post code: SY24 5DW

Boundaries:

The boundaries are marked with pale blue paint on wooden marker stakes and trees.

The northern boundary runs along a minor road.

The southern and eastern boundaries are marked by the shared access track.

The western boundary runs along private track.

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Local manager

tamsinandmatt Tamsin and Matt Brown
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Description

Coed Cyneiniog is part of larger wood known as Coed Ffridd Cwmere, situated near the small village of Bont-goch. This is a woodland made up of conifer and mixed broadleaf consisting of semi mature oaks, amongst other young sapling growth of various broadleaf species. An area of clear fell was replanted in 2015 with a mixture of conifer and broadleaf. There is a newly constructed stoned track accessible to all vehicles. From the wood there are stunning views northwards across the valley, and these views are also to be enjoyed from the large level hardstanding area, which would make a perfect spot for camping or for woodland activities.

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

The south eastern corner of Coed Cyneiniog contains a stand of mature conifers, mainly Western hemlocks. These are interspersed with some well grown oak as well as some other mixed broadleaf. The remaining part of Coed Cyneiniog consists of young growth trees. A 2015 restocking consists of mixed conifer including spruce, larch and Douglas fir plus beech and birch among other species. There is of course great scope to supplement this planting with additional native species.

Wildlife

The wood is brimming with birdsong, woodpeckers are often heard amongst many others.

Features

Once in the parking area you'll notice a handmade bench which is placed in a good spot to take in the stunning views of the valley opposite.

A natural spring bubbles to the surface at a spot along the trackway that runs through the wood. This provides an opportunity to perhaps create a pond here as a catchment area, or it could be possible to run the spring into a tank to collect for use in the woodland.

Access, tracks and footpaths

Coming from Talybont there is excellent vehicle access to the wood. A gated entrance off the minor public road leads onto a newly built stoned track. The first section of track climbs up a steepish incline, manageable for 2 wheeled drive vehicles in good weather. The main track continues through the larger wood known as Coed Fridd Cwmere, towards the Coed Cyneiniog parking area, large enough for a camper van. Exiting out of the back of the parking area is an old trackway, recently brush cut, which cuts through the middle of the wood, flattening off after a short distance, then climbing again to rejoin the main track. This could be accessible to a four wheel drive vehicle, but is also a lovely circular walk on foot.

Coed Cyneiniog also has its own private entrance via a gate opening onto the minor road running along its northern boundary. This gate is found at the northwestern corner of the woodland.The track leading from the shared access track to this gate is within Cyneiniog's boundary and therefore for its private use only.

There is a third gate at its northeastern corner, outside the woodland's boundary, which Coed Cyneiniog shares access to with the neighbouring woodland owner.

Rights and covenants

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.

Activities

Lots of walking to be done, 60 miles of the Ceredigion coast path plus the Cambrian mountains has a range of walking trails, exploring woods and waterfalls...

Local area and history

The nearest village is Talybont with two pubs to choose from, The Black Lion Hotel (yBlac in Welsh) and the White Lion. The buzzy town of Aberystwyth is less than half an hour away to the south, and the lovely market town of Machynlleth under half an hour away to the north, with all amenities on offer.

Just to the north of Machynlleth is the Centre of Alternative Technology, a fascinating and vital centre of knowledge and information.

Also within easy reach is the wonderful Ceredigion coast line with much to explore!

How to find this woodland

You are welcome to visit this wood by yourself, but please ensure that you have a copy of these sales details with you - many of our woodlands do not have mobile phone reception or internet access so we recommend either printing the details or downloading them to your phone/tablet/laptop.

Do remember to also check that it is still available for sale. If you have seen the woodland and wish to be accompanied on a second more detailed visit please contact our local manager.

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Location

OS Landranger: OS No 135
Grid ref: SN 689 884
Nearest post code: SY24 5DW

Maps

Directions

Follow the A487 to the village of Talybont, approximately 7 miles from Aberystwyth or 10 miles from Machynlleth.

In the centre of Talybont you will see the Black Lion Hotel and White Lion pub side by side. Take the road up to the right of the Black Lion Hotel and follow this road for about 2 miles, going over a small stone bridge.

Continue on this road towards Bont Goch, taking the left fork just before the red telephone box on the left.

Follow the road uphill until after a short distance you will see a wooden gate on your left with a Woodlands for Sale sign on it.

Turn in and park up here, taking care not to block the gate and continue over the gate on foot. Follow the main track though the woodland until you come to the entrance to Coed Cyneiniog on your left, marked by a ride stop with a wooden name board and a Woodlands for Sale sign.

Please note: if using the postcode to navigate with satnav, the postcode centre is just over three miles further on from the wood.

Boundaries:

The boundaries are marked with pale blue paint on wooden marker stakes and trees.

The northern boundary runs along a minor road.

The southern and eastern boundaries are marked by the shared access track.

The western boundary runs along private track.

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