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Coed Deythur - SOLD, Pembrokeshire - About 4⅓ acres, £29,000

Coed Deythur - SOLD
Coed Deythur - SOLD
Pembrokeshire

A quiet conifer wood of manageable size with excellent access, surrounded on all sides with mature woodland within easy distance of the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline.

Coed Deythur is a mature conifer woodland; a mixture of Douglas fir, Grand fir together with some larch planted in the 50's, which over time has been well thinned, resulting in well spaced and well grown mature specimens. Around the fringes of the woodland a little hazel, holly and some young oak and ash saplings have taken hold due to the good amount of light the wood receives on its hill top position. Part of a larger woodland known as Drim Wood, it is a wonderfully tranquil spot, most of which has been designated as a PAWS ( Plantation on an Ancient Woodland Site).

Natural regeneration of native broadleaf (which should do well here as an ancient woodland site) could be further encouraged and supported here by taking out a proportion of mature conifer for timber and replanting with native broadleaf. In addition to commercial benefit, any timber from forming these clearings could be put to good use in the construction of shelter or tool storage.

Opening up areas will encourage light loving wildflowers, in turn increasing the insect population and providing much needed open woodland habitat for bees. Large areas of the forest floor have been colonised by different species of fern, as well as bramble.

Paths have been cut along all the boundaries so that it is possible to walk all around the wood from the entrance off the shared access track on the western boundary. Its northern boundary is also formed by one of the access tracks. The eastern boundary is shared with adjoining woodland.

The village of Clunderwen is only 2 miles away to the east, where you will find a village shop, pubs and a rail connection. More pubs, restaurants and a good variety of independent shops can be found in the lovely market town of Narberth 3 miles to the south and the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast is as little as 5 to 10 miles away. There are many fabulous walks in the area including the Landsker Borderlands Trail. Running alongside Drim woodland is the Eastern Cleddau, one of Pembrokeshire's prettiest rivers and well known for its population of sewin sea trout.

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.

Details

  • Price: £29,000
  • Location: Gelli, Clunderwen, Pembrokeshire
  • Size: About 4⅓ acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 158
  • Grid ref: SN 081 193
  • Nearest post code: SA66 7HR

Boundaries:

The boundaries of Coed Deythur are marked in orange paint on marker stakes and trees.

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Local manager

tamsinandmatt Tamsin and Matt Brown
07950 379533 or 07956 256101
tamsinandmatt@woodlands.co.uk

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Description

Coed Deythur is a mature conifer woodland; a mixture of Douglas fir, Grand fir together with some larch planted in the 50's, which over time has been well thinned, resulting in well spaced and well grown mature specimens. Around the fringes of the woodland a little hazel, holly and some young oak and ash saplings have taken hold due to the good amount of light the wood receives on its hill top position. Part of a larger woodland known as Drim Wood, it is a wonderfully tranquil spot, most of which has been designated as a PAWS ( Plantation on an Ancient Woodland Site).

Natural regeneration of native broadleaf (which should do well here as an ancient woodland site) could be further encouraged and supported here by taking out a proportion of mature conifer for timber and replanting with native broadleaf. In addition to commercial benefit, any timber from forming these clearings could be put to good use in the construction of shelter or tool storage.

Opening up areas will encourage light loving wildflowers, in turn increasing the insect population and providing much needed open woodland habitat for bees. Large areas of the forest floor have been colonised by different species of fern, as well as bramble.

Paths have been cut along all the boundaries so that it is possible to walk all around the wood from the entrance off the shared access track on the western boundary. Its northern boundary is also formed by one of the access tracks. The eastern boundary is shared with adjoining woodland.

The village of Clunderwen is only 2 miles away to the east, where you will find a village shop, pubs and a rail connection. More pubs, restaurants and a good variety of independent shops can be found in the lovely market town of Narberth 3 miles to the south and the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast is as little as 5 to 10 miles away. There are many fabulous walks in the area including the Landsker Borderlands Trail. Running alongside Drim woodland is the Eastern Cleddau, one of Pembrokeshire's prettiest rivers and well known for its population of sewin sea trout.

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Location

OS Landranger: OS No 158
Grid ref: SN 081 193
Nearest post code: SA66 7HR

Maps

Directions

Coed Deythur lies a few miles north of the A40 between Haverfordwest (10 miles) and St Clears (10 miles). From the A40 take the A478 north for about two miles. Just after you enter Clunderwen and before you reach the 30mph zone, turn left signposted Maenclochog. Follow this road for approx 2.5 miles. Turn left onto road signposted Gelli and follow this round for 0.2 miles, over two stone bridges. The woodland entrance is approximately 100 metres past the second bridge.

After turning off the road you turn into Drim Wood and onto a stone track suitable for a two wheel drive vehicle. This track is a marked bridle way with public right of way.

Continue down this track until you reach a cross roads. You will see two sets of wooden gates to your right marked with “Woodlands for Sale” signboards on them; access to this woodland is via the left hand gate. Continue up this track until it opens up into a large hardstanding area with a stone quarry, where you can park.

To get to the woodland, if the gate is locked, you will have to walk up the gated track that is to your left as you drive into the quarry. Coed Deythur is the first woodland on your left along this track.

You will see the entrance to the wood on your left marked by a wooden name board and some rustic fencing either side of its parking area.

Boundaries:

The boundaries of Coed Deythur are marked in orange paint on marker stakes and trees.

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