Ynysybwl is a village situated in the county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf, circa 20 miles (32 km) north-north-west of Cardiff, 4 miles (6 km) north of Pontypridd and 10 miles (16 km) south of Merthyr Tydfil, and forms part of the community of Ynysybwl and Coed-y-cwm.
Ynysybwl developed as a coal mining community centred on Lady Windsor Colliers between 1886 and it closure in 1988, since which time the village has survived, people finding employment in the newly developing industries in nearby Pontypridd, Treforest, Aberdare, Caerphilly, Merthyr Tydfil and Cardiff. The UK Census of 2011 recorded a resident population for Ynysybwl of 4,664 persons, 1,929 households and an average household size of 2.40 persons.
Ynysybwl is located on the B4272 which links it to Pontypridd to the south, and the A470 trunk road leading south to the M4 motorway and national road network, Cardiff, the capital city of the Welsh Principality and to the north Merthyr Tydfil.
The location of the town is shown in the pictures.
The Property is located in an elevated position, some three quarters of a mile to the north west of the centre of Ynysybwl which flanks the B4273 road at the bottom of Nant Clydach Valley, from which it is approached through a predominantly residential area comprising a range of mixed age dwellings.
The Property is located on the edge of the village’s western boundary, the Northern Part is flanked by gardens of residential houses and bungalows, the playing fields of the former Glan-Ffwrdd Infants School, and the Southern Part flanks Ynysybwl Rugby Club playing fields. Agricultural land predominantly bounds the western boundary of the Property.
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