£149,995 - £228,995
Golwg y Mynydd
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Land off Cardiff Road, Mountain Ash, Rhondda-Cynon-Taff
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More information about Golwg y Mynydd...New homes in Mountain Ash: enjoy the stunning views
Our new development Golwg y Mynydd is set in the town of Mountain Ash in the beautiful Cynon Valley. Offering a range of two, three and four bedroom homes it's ideal for first-time buyers and families alike.
- Range of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
- Beautiful rural location
- Only 19 miles north of Cardiff
- Excellent schools close by
- Good transport links
Mountain Ash (in Welsh 'Aberpennar') is a town and community in the Cynon Valley, which lies within the County Borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf as well as the historic county boundary of Glamorgan. The town lies about 5 miles south of Aberdare, a mile north of the village and community of Penrhiwceiber, and approximately 19 miles north-west of Cardiff.
Our new development Golwg y Mynydd is Welsh for ‘Mountain View' and it gives an indication of what a special location this is to live. Surrounded by dramatic mountains and rugged landscapes this valley town is perfect if you enjoy the great outdoors.All you need close to home
Originally a mining town – the search for ‘black gold' in the surrounding hillsides shaped the Valley towns we know today. Mountain Ash is a quaint little town which has its own high street and a small selection of shops such as Iceland, Howells Menswear and the local Post Office. For more choice, just 5 miles to the north, is the market town of, which has a much larger selection of high street shops and supermarkets such as Tesco, Asda and New Look.
If getting out and about in the mountains is your idea of fun then this is the place to be. The nearby Dare Valley Country Park has 500 acres of countryside, walks, trails and family fun just waiting for you to explore. And BikePark Wales is also close-by; offering mountain bike trails from ‘extreme to serene' in the heart of the South Wales valleys.
Aberdare is home to the newly-renovated Sobell Leisure Centre which has an abundance of leisure facilities including three pools, a gym and sports halls to cater for all ages. And children and adults alike will love Lido Ponty, a Grade II listed lido in Pontypridd. Its three heated swimming pools, adventure play park and state-of-the-art visitors' centre draw visitors from far and wide.A great education for all
Close to the development there's choice of local primary schools including Mountain Ash Comprehensive School & Ysgol Ramadeg Aberpennar for students aged 11–18. Local primary schools include Our Lady's R.C Primary School, Caegarw Primary School, Glenboi Primary School and Darranlas Primary School.
Living at Golwg y Mynydd means you can enjoy a tranquil location, with the charm of village life, but have the benefit of everything on your doorstep and great transport links.
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Mountain Ash has a rugby team called Mountain Ash RFC. Rugby league club South Wales Scorpions also currently play their home matches in Mountain Ash.
The Nos Galan is an annual 5 kilometre running road race, run on New Year's Eve to commemorate the first race of Guto Nyth Bran. Started in 1958, it now attracts 800 plus runners and 10,000 people to the event as well as the associated street entertainment.
Cynon Valley Indoor Bowls club is also situated in Mountain Ash and slightly further afield, in the Town of Aberdare, is the newly renovated Sobell Leisure Centre which has an abundance of leisure facilities to cater for all ages.
The town is served by Mountain Ash train station which lies on the Aberdare branch of the Merthyr Line. There are regular services to major towns and cities: the journey time to Cardiff is 50 minutes, and Newport 1 hour 8 minutes.
There are also excellent road links via the A470 which heads north to Merthyr Tidfyil and the Brecon Beacons and south towards Cardiff and Junction 32 of the M4 motorway.
Approximate travel distance by car to:
Mountain Ash train station: 0.3 miles
Aberdare: 4.5 miles
Pontypridd: 8.2 miles
Merthyr Tydfil: 10.8 miles
Cardiff: 18.8 miles
Newport: 21.8 miles
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