Oberon Woods, a cul-de-sac, is a relatively new (1970s) development between the Royal Goat Hotel and the railway.

Numbering runs sequentially clockwise starting at number 14, omitting number 29, and ending at number 36:

14 Oberon Woods ‘Tall Trees’

15 Oberon Woods ‘Pump Mynydd’

Latest changes of ownership: 20 Dec 2007

16 Oberon Woods ‘Crud yr Awel’

Latest changes of ownership: 11 Apr 1997; 22 Apr 2008

17 Oberon Woods ‘Bryn Cilio’

18 Oberon Woods ‘Enfys’

Latest changes of ownership: 16 Jul 2003

19 Oberon Woods ‘Hyfrydle’

Latest changes of ownership: 20 Oct 2000

20 Oberon Woods

Latest changes of ownership: 4 Apr 2014

21 Oberon Woods ‘Tan y Marian’

22 Oberon Woods

Latest changes of ownership: 26 Sep 1997; 18 Feb 2015

23 Oberon Woods ‘Tegfryn’

24 Oberon Woods

Latest changes of ownership: 12 Jun 2015

25 Oberon Woods ‘Hebog House’

Latest changes of ownership: 14 Apr 2000; 31 Aug 2005; 22 Sep 2015

26 Oberon Woods

Latest changes of ownership: 4 Jul 2014

27 Oberon Woods ‘Ty Hebog’

Latest changes of ownership: 18 Nov 1996; 9 Nov 2001; 24 Jul 2014

28 Oberon Woods

Latest changes of ownership: 28 Nov 2013

30 Oberon Woods ‘Hobgoblin’

Latest changes of ownership: 2 Nov 1995, 22 Feb 2002

31 Oberon Woods ‘Y Bwthyn’ – now a holiday cottage ‘Mynydd Gwyn’

Latest changes of ownership: 7 Feb 2014

32 Oberon Woods ‘Hafodty’ – now a holiday cottage ‘Beddgelert House’

Latest changes of ownership: 8 Sep 2000; 31 Jul 2009

33 Oberon Woods

Latest changes of ownership: 1 Oct 1999; 16 Dec 2013

34 Oberon Woods

35 Oberon Woods

36 Oberon Woods

Latest changes of ownership: 27 Jan 1997

 

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