Having a smaller family doesn’t have to mean a smaller home, as the Conwy 2 more than proves. With no need for a third bedroom, we have been able to expand both double bedrooms to a generous size, and give each it’s own en-suite shower room and separate storage.
Downstairs, you will discover a full width living room, flooded with light from the French doors, along with downstairs cloaks and a fully fitted kitchen off the main hall.
With so much space for you and your family on the inside the Conwy 2 is perfect for young families.
About the Development
Cwrt Sant Ioan will deliver a range of two, three and four bedroom homes and apartments near Cardiff, close to the village of Radyr.
Plasdr is creating a world class community within a delightful country park setting, far from the congestion of the city, yet within easy commuting distance. A huge amount of planning and investment is going into Plasdr, including £40m for education and over £27m for transport improvements, to create a vibrant, self-contained and sustainable garden city designed around the needs of its residents both now and in the future.
Make sure you don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to be part of Cardiff’s landmark development. Register your interest now and we’ll keep you right up to date as the garden village progresses and give you the pick of the plots when they are released. Remember, you only need 5% deposit on your new home at Cwrt Sant Ioan with Help to Buy Wales.
Plasdr will be Cardiff’s garden city, delivering the homes and community the capital needs, helping fuel its economic growth and creating a fantastic place to live, work and play, for further information please click here: Plasdr
AmenitiesEssential amenities, such as local shops and surgeries are woven into the fabric of the garden village plan, creating a self-contained community. In the short term, you’ll find a choice of existing convenience stores and supermarkets close by, including Tesco on Western Avenue and Asda at Coryton.
DiningWe will be creating brand new, family friendly pub/restaurants as part of your garden village community, plus you can also choose from a host of fine dining close by. Ciccheti Italian, The Ty Nanat and the Gwaelod Y Garth Inn are all popular, as are the Plymouth Arms and Porro in Llandaff. For that special occasion, book in at DeCourceys Manor.
Head into the city and you’ll be spoilt for choice with something for every taste which includes Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse and Jamie’s Italian on the list of eateries to visit.
EducationThere will be four brand new primary schools and a secondary school, all positioned within walking distance to make the school run simpler and more sustainable. These new schools will be built as the garden village develops, but until they are ready there is a superb choice of local schools you can count on for your children.
Peter Lea Primary is within easy reach and rated ‘good’ by Estyn, while the local high school, Radyr Comprehensive, is also rated good. The area is well represented by Welsh language schools, including Ysgol Pencae in Llandaff and Ysgol Gymraef Nant Caerau for younger pupils and Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Plasmawr for older students.
LeisurePlasdr will have a huge range of social and sports facilities within its own community, with something for every age and interest. You’ll find Radyr Golf Course close by as well as a wealth of local rugby clubs and other sports. If you prefer your exercise a little quieter, the garden village will have over 400 acres of green space to explore via endless paths and cycleways, with connections to the River Taff and Taff Trail.
Nearby Cardiff is a major leisure destination, with world class sports and entertainment on offer. Sing your heart out at a rugby international or a concert at the Principality Stadium, pack a picnic for a day of test or county cricket at Sophia Gardens, or cheer the Bluebirds with Premier League football at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Come the evening, Cardiff has a vibrant nightlife, with a choice of theatres and multi-screen cinemas, friendly bars and top class restaurants. Cardiff Bay has a cosmopolitan atmosphere with a sophisticated selection of venues to choose from.
ShoppingYou’ll find a fascinating selection of traditional and artisan shops in Radyr village, along with a local post office and a hairdresser. Pugh’s Garden Centre is a popular retail destination with a number of famous name concessions.
Cardiff City Centre itself has 1.4 million sq ft of superb shopping including the modern St David’s Shopping Centre, along with six historic arcades packed with fascinating independent shops and boutiques around the pedestrianised Queen Street. For out of town shopping, visit Leckwith or Culverhouse Cross retail parks.
TransportA sustainable and integrated transport system is one of the keys to Plasdwr’s success, and over £27m is being invested to improve the roads, bus lanes, cycleways and footpaths, as well as increasing the number of busses into the city so you can leave your car at home. Alternatively, you can catch a train to Cardiff from Danescourt station, with half hourly services taking just 12minutes, or drive just a little further to Radyr station where you’ll find services to the city every few minutes.
If you are heading out of town, you’ll find the M4 conveniently close, speeding you to Newport in just 10miles, Swansea in 37miles and into the beauty of the Brecon Beacons at Merthyr Tydfil in just 20miles.