£179,995 - £189,995
3 bedroom properties
Maelfa, Cardiff, Cardiff
More information about Eastside Quarter...Make the most of city living...
Our Eastside Quarter development will offer a choice of two and three bedroom homes, ideal for first time buyers, young couples and small families.
- Excellent links to the A48 and M4 motorway
- Close to local amenities
- All the attractions of Cardiff on your doorstep
- A good choice of local schooling, including Llanedeyrn Primary School and Springwood Primary School
- Help to Buy scheme available
Approximately 3.5 miles east of Cardiff's centre, Eastside Quarter is located in the district of Llanedeyrn with easy access to all that this fantastic city has to offer. Compact, friendly and packed with a multitude of popular attractions, top-class entertainment and stunning architecture, Cardiff is a popular place to call home.
The city boasts a diverse, family-friendly leisure scene to suit all tastes. Home buyers at Eastside Quarter will be able to enjoy Cardiff's theatres; sport; live music; rich collection of museums and art galleries, with award-winning national attractions such as the Millennium Centre; the Doctor Who Experience; The iconic Millennium Stadium, home to the Welsh rugby team; and the National Museum Cardiff. With this much to see and do, you'll be spoilt for choice in Cardiff.Fantastic retail therapy in the city centre
As well as handy local amenities, there are many different retail options to choose from in the heart of Cardiff, including the vast St David's Centre complex and multiple Victorian shopping arcades, home to restaurants, cafes and specialist shops. Offering a range of both independent and high street shopping choices, as well as a vast indoor market, Cardiff really does have something for everybody.
Residents can enjoy quiet leisure time at Roath Park – a classic Victorian park in the centre of the busy capital city. Full of historic and horticultural interest, Roath Park has Victorian elegance, with its large, stunning lake, lighthouse and scale model ‘Terra Nova' ship. The park attracts a diverse variety of wildlife and there is a wildflower garden, rose garden and Victorian glass house, home to all kinds of tropical plants.Waterfront living at Cardiff Bay
Restaurants aplenty at Mermaid Quay, residents can enjoy a meal with wonderful views of Cardiff's waterfront. Eateries include Bill's Restaurant, San Martino, Pier 64, Pizza Express and Zizzi. Other attractions at the bay include water sports; Cardiff Bay Wetland Reserve; boat trips; and a children's playground featuring pretend shipwrecks buried in sand at Penarth Marina.For more information on this development arrange an appointment now.Great transport links in Cardiff
The compact nature of the city centre means cycling and walking are popular transport choices for Cardiff residents within the city. The Taff Trail offers a beautiful cycle and walking route between Cardiff Bay and the Brecon Beacons National Park, through many of Cardiff's parks and green spaces. For travel further afield, Cardiff is the focus for many key rail, bus and road routes, making it an extremely accessible city and the main transport hub in Wales. Served by the M4, the A470 and the A43232, Cardiff is easily reached by car.
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