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St Lythans Park
2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
St Lythans Rd, Cardiff, Cardiff
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St Lythans Park is a development of 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom new homes in Wenvoe, on the outskirts of Cardiff. Ideally located for access to the M4, the development is suited to a range of audiences, including professionals commuting into the city and further afield, investors and families.
All properties are finished to a high specification, with quality fixtures and fittings throughout, and all benefit from off-street parking.
For families, these new homes in Wenvoe are located near a number of well-regarded schools, including Wenvoe CIW Primary and St Fagans CIW Primary, which are both around one mile from the development. Secondary schools for older children include Barry Comprehensive (boys only, co-educational sixth form) and Bryn Hafren Comprehensive (girls only, co-educational sixth form).
Residents will find a variety of local amenities within 20 minutes walk of St Lythans Park in Wenvoe village, comprising a convenience store and post office, pubs, library and village halls. Three retail parks – Brooklands, Wenvoe and Valegate – lie around a mile from the development, while the charming market town of Cowbridge, home to a number of independent boutiques, is around nine miles away. For big brand names, department stores and a wealth of cafés and restaurants, Cardiff city centre can be reached in less than 20 minutes by car.
St Lythans Park is surrounded by woodland, fields and farmland offering a multitude of opportunities for outdoor activities, including cycling, walking and horse riding. Wenvoe Castle Golf Club, around two miles from the development, is said to be one of the finest courses in Wales and welcomes players of all abilities, while the local pétanque club is thought to be the oldest in the country. The village is also home to a community nature reserve, a play area for children and sports pitches.
Slightly further afield, the National Trust’s Dyffryn Gardens feature formal lawns, an arboretum, glasshouse and outdoor garden rooms of Edwardian design, while the beaches of Barry Island are around seven miles away.
For commuters, the development is conveniently located for access to the M4, connecting the area to Port Talbot and Swansea in the west, and London (via Cardiff, Bristol, Reading and Slough) in the east.
The nearest train station is Waun-gron Park in Fairwater, three miles away and from there trains run into Cardiff Central. Services from Cardiff Central call at a number of towns and cities, including Manchester, Bristol, Bath, Gloucester, Southampton, Birmingham and London.
For domestic and international flights, Cardiff Airport is less than seven miles from the development via the A4050.