New Homes in Cardiff
Find your new home from our range of developments near Cardiff below.
The Welsh capital is a vibrant, energetic city which reveals an ever-changing character the more you explore it. You’ll have all the time you need to do just that when you buy a house in Cardiff, which could be a more realistic option than you think, thanks to our selection of offers which include the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.
Things to see and do in Cardiff
From historic castles and fascinating museums to world-class sports stadiums and beautiful natural scenery, there are so many different ways for you to spend your free time in and around Cardiff.
Whether you’re admiring the art and historical displays at the National Museum Cardiff, bathing in contemporary culture at the Wales Millennium Centre or taking the kids over to Barry Island Pleasure Park for a day out; there’s so much to love. Meanwhile, Cardiff Bay offers up everything from relaxing walks and afternoons at the beach, to chic bars and restaurants down at the marina.
Cardiff has a number of schools rated as excellent by Estyn. This includes Severn Primary School just half a mile from the River Taff and Principality Stadium, while Marlborough Primary School in the Roath catchment area also performs well according to the Welsh education authority.
If your kids are of secondary age or you want to plan for the future, Cardiff High School is one of the top performing schools in Wales. Branded as excellent by Estyn, the mixed school generally accepts students from areas such as Cyncoed, Lakeside and Roath Park. The Bishop Of Llandaff High School meanwhile lies in the north west of the city and also ranks as excellent across the board.
Cardiff transport links
The M4 motorway passes to the north of Cardiff, linking the city to Swansea in the west and the South West of England to the east. As well as two busy train stations - Cardiff Central and Queen Street - the Welsh capital also has an extensive bus network, lots of cycling routes and water buses for getting around the bay. The airport is just over 10 miles from the city centre, close to Barry.
The Cardiff property scene
Whether you’re looking for your first home, forever home or somewhere to downsize to, Cardiff’s property market is well worth investing in. From city centre apartments to 3 and 4 bedroom detached homes surrounded by countryside and close to the coast in Dinas Powys, you can choose to live right on the waterfront in a pastel-coloured quayside town house in Barry or in a spacious 4 bed home in St Fagans.
No matter your preference, don’t forget to ask your adviser about our latest offers when you enquire. From our Movemaker scheme where we pay your estate agent fees, to our Part Exchange arrangement where we act as your guaranteed buyer, there are lots of ways we can help you save time and money when you move.
Help to Buy Cardiff
In Cardiff you can take advantage of Help to Buy Wales if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at theHelp to Buy Wales page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.