New homes in Pontypridd
With a wonderful location in South Wales, Pontypridd sits at the edge of the Rhondda Valley, with the stunning Brecon Beacons just to the north. Just a few miles from Porth, houses in Pontypridd are only 20 minutes from Cardiff by car, while Newport is almost double that and Swansea around an hour away.
Whether you’re visiting Ynysangharad Park and Barry Sidings Countryside Park, or exploring Rhondda Heritage Park, you’ve also got the historic Lido Ponty right in the heart of town. Look forward to climbing the historic Old Bridge and more, when you browse our developments closest to Pontypridd below.
- £281,500 to £365,995
- 3 and 4 bedroom
- Introducing Parc Fferm Wen, a development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in St Athan. Here you will be next to green open fields and just a short drive from the picturesque Welsh Coast. Families will enjoy the play areas on site, just a short walk away from your new home. There are close links to Barry and Cardiff which will be great for commuters.
- Current phase sold out. Register your interest for future releases.Harbourside @ The Quays is a new development in Barry offering 4 bedroom homes. Situated on Barry Waterfront, our energy-efficient homes offer scenic waterside views in a great location. Barry Island and the town centre are within walking distance, plus commuters will enjoy great rail and road links.
- £424,995 to £489,995
- 4 bedroom
- Set within 5 acres of open space, Parish Brook is a development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. Here you can enjoy brand new cycle paths and two new play areas on the development. Your new home will be on the edge of the North Somerset countryside, whilst only being 6 minutes from supermarkets and high street shops. Nailsea & Backwell train station and the M5 can be reached in under 15 minutes.
- £272,995 to £390,995
- 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
- Welcome to Brunel Quarter, set on the banks of the River Wye in Chepstow. Here you will find a range of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in a peaceful riverside setting. On the development there are three play areas, a Riverside Park and plenty of open space. There are great commuter links to the A48, and Chepstow train station is a short walk away.
- From £262,995
- 3 bedroom
- Surrounded by open fields, you'll find a range of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes at Pentref Llewelyn in Penllergaer, Swansea. You can enjoy green open space and a children's park on the development, and the waterfalls of Penllergaer Valley Woods are within walking distance.
- £254,995 to £284,995
- 3 and 4 bedroom
- Set within 4.8 acres of open space, Brue Place is a development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in Highbridge. Here you will find a brand new play area for all the family to enjoy and a proposed new primary school. Within walking distance you will find shops, places to eat and a pharmacy. Also on your doorstep is the West Somerset Coastline, which is perfect for enjoying the outdoors.
What is life like in Pontypridd?
If you’re looking for a spot in South Wales which offers access to some of the region’s biggest cities, alongside an array of spectacular natural attractions, a new home in Pontypridd could be the perfect call.
What is there to see and do in Pontypridd?
Known as ‘Ponty’ to the locals you may soon be joining, the town centre is a handsome place with the River Taff flowing through it and plenty of green spaces. This includes Ynysangharad War Memorial Park and the Lido Ponty swimming pool, which is great for families. The historic Old Bridge is close to the pool, and leads to Pontypridd Museum where you can learn about the local area’s history.
There’s a huge selection of wide open spaces on the outskirts of town, including Barry Sidings Countryside Park, Clydach Vale Countryside Park and mountains like Mynydd y Glyn. Whether you’re climbing the local peaks, heading into the Brecon Beacons or Afan Forest Park, or heading south for a day at the seaside, you’ll also have Cardiff and all its culture close at hand.
What is education like in Pontypridd?
There’s a superb selection of schools in and around Pontypridd, with top options for younger children including Ysgol G.G. Evan James, Maes-Y-Coed Primary and Coedpenmaen County Primary. All of these schools are rated as good by Estyn, while secondary options include Pontypridd High School, Cardinal Newman RC Comprehensive and Hawthorn High.
How are the transport links in Pontypridd?
The town’s train station is just off Pontypridd’s High Street, with the fastest services to Cardiff taking just 20 minutes. The Welsh capital is a similar drive away down the A470, while you can hop on the M4 to head east to Newport in less than half an hour. Swansea is double the journey in the opposite direction, while Cardiff’s international airport is just over half an hour’s drive away.
What is the Pontypridd property scene like?
Property prices in Pontypridd are considerably lower than the average across the rest of South Wales, so you can get a lot more house for your money in this area. This applies to everything from beautiful period detached homes and central terraces to spacious family semis and affordable apartments.Whether you’ve got your heart set on moving to Pontypridd or you’re also looking at spots even closer to Cardiff like St Fagans, buying a new build is the perfect way to bring your home life into the 21st century. So give us a call today to discuss your plans, and make sure you ask us about offers like our Part Exchange scheme when you do.