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Cwrt Y Llwyfen
£109,995 - £219,995
2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Off Llysonnen Road, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire
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More information about Cwrt Y Llwyfen...Enjoy the mix of old and new at Cwrt y Llwyfen
Cwrt Y Llwyfen is a collection of new homes in Johnstown. This idyllic setting, situated on the outskirts of Carmarthen, offers both the natural beauty of South Wales and a wide range of local amenities close by. Featuring a fantastic mix of three, four, and five bedroom homes, Cwrt Y Llwyfen is sure to have your perfect new home.
- Selection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
- A choice of educational facilities for all ages
- Convenient access to major road links and Carmarthen train station
- Wide range of local amenities
Staking its claim as the oldest town in Wales, Carmarthen is a superb location offering a perfect mix of history and modern living. With a fascinating Roman fort and one of only seven surviving amphitheatres in the UK, Carmarthen, with its rich historical heritage, boasts something for everybody.
Modern shopping centres, high street stores and independent boutiques nestle together along cobbled streets, offering a wide variety of shopping options.
Traditional markets, cosy pubs and cafes rub shoulders with trendy town centre bars, restaurants and multiscreen cinema. Carmarthen also boasts a lively music and theatre scene, with a variety of venues in the town, including the modern 665-seater Lyric Theatre, meaning there’s entertainment to suit all tastes in Carmarthen.
Leisure options also abound, with the golden beaches of South Wales close by offering a breath-taking plethora of opportunities for walking, water sports and relaxing. Nearby, the National Botanic Garden of Wales offers a host of family-oriented activities, including an adventure play zone, nature trails and picnic areas.
Located on the edge of Carmarthen, Cwrt Y Llwyfen offers a best-of-both-worlds location, with the town centre just a stone’s throw away and some of the finest beaches and countryside in South Wales right on your doorstep, Cwrt Y Llwyfen is a fantastic place to call home.
Cwrt y Llwyfen offers a range of new homes whether you’re a first time buyer, or ready to take your next step on the ladder, Cwrt y Llwyfen is bound to have what you are looking for.Arrange an appointment to find out more information about this much-anticipated development.
Modern shopping centres and High Street stores nestle comfortably alongside narrow cobbled streets, full of independent boutiques, whilst Carmarthen's historic indoor market is home to some of the finest local produce in the region.
From cosy pubs and cafés, to town centre restaurants and bars there is entertainment to suit all tastes in Carmarthen. The town is also host to a lively music and theatre scene which is reflected in the variety of venues across the city, including the modern 665-seater Lyric Theatre.
Carmarthen has regular rail services to Milford Haven, Tenby, Pembroke, Swansea and Cardiff. During the Summer months direct intercity trains run to London. A number of main roads converge on the town (including the A40, A48, A484 and A485), all of which offer great links within Wales and to the rest of the UK.