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Padfield Court

£154,995 - £206,995
2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
, Tonyrefail, Rhondda-Cynon-Taff

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Padfield Court was the first Llanmoor development to offer a range of brand new home designs, many of which offer modern living accommodation to include open plan kitchen / dining areas. The development offers a wide range of home designs and price ranges in a pleasant environment which offers an existing, protected area of woodland to the south and will have a Local Equipped area of play for the use of those with families, to the east.

Previously the location of the South Wales factory of world famous China Manufacturer Royal Worcester, the development provides a total of 15 different house designs plus a further 3 special versions, varying from 2 Bedroom Semi & Link starter homes, 3 bedroom semi detached, 3 Bedroom & 4 Bedroom detached.

All bar one of the 2 Bedroom homes are to be sold under the Rhondda Housing Homestep Scheme whereby the properties will be sold at 70% of open market value to those unable to purchase a new home at full market value.

This development, is located less than a mile to the west of Tonyrefail town centre, with access directly from Gilfach Road ( B4278 ). The site is bounded to the West by Tonyrefail Secondary School and to the South by the A4093 which leads to the main Valleys link road being the A4119 serving the communities of the Rhondda Valleys.