New Homes in South Wales

Home to a collection of the most notable cities in Wales, and an array of seaside towns and villages lying amongst spectacular mountain scenery, South Wales certainly offers plenty of variety. From capital Cardiff to neighbouring Newport and Swansea along the coast, new homes in South Wales can also offer excellent access to the South West of England. 

Whether you set your sights on the stunning Pembrokeshire coastal region, the Vale of Glamorgan or the picturesque Carmarthen area, don’t miss our latest developments in South Wales below.

Maes Y Deri

Maes Y Deri

Llantrisant Road, St Fagans, CARDIFF, CF5 6JD

  • 2 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £203,000 to £410,995
Sycamore Chase

Sycamore Chase

Church Meadow, Vale of Glamorgan, CF61 2AU

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • From £360,995
Waterside @ The Quays

Waterside @ The Quays

Rhodfa Cambo, Barry, CF62 5BS

  • 2 and 3 bedroom homes
  • £200,995 to £240,995
Scholars Park

Scholars Park

Murch Road, Dinas Powys, DINAS POWYS, VALE OF GLAMORGAN, CF64 4RE

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £324,995 to £412,995
Morgan's Meadow

Morgan's Meadow

Heol Ty-Maen, Bridgend, BRIDGEND, CF31 4QF

St Michael's Gate

St Michael's Gate

Llantarnam Road, Llantarnam, CWMBRAN, TORFAEN, NP44 3XB

  • 2 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £217,500 to £379,995
Hanbury Village

Hanbury Village

Bevans Lane, Cwmbran, CWMBRAN, TORFAEN, NP44 1BX

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • From £310,995
Hanbury Locks

Hanbury Locks

Bevans Lane, Cwmbran, CWMBRAN, TORFAEN, NP44 1BX

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £307,500 to £439,995
Barratt Homes @ Brunel Quarter

Barratt Homes @ Brunel Quarter

Station Road, Chepstow, CHEPSTOW, MONMOUTHSHIRE, NP16 5YL

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £287,500 to £290,500
Chapel Fields

Chapel Fields

Glebe Road, Loughor, SWANSEA, SA4 6SR

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £207,995 to £290,995
Wyedean Fields

Wyedean Fields

Beachley Road, Sedbury, CHEPSTOW, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, NP16 7AA

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £224,500 to £343,500
Northfields Park

Northfields Park

Off Hayes Way, Patchway, BS34 5TW

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • £361,995 to £411,995
Filwood Park

Filwood Park

Filwood Park Lane, Off Hengrove, Bristol, BRISTOL, CITY OF BRISTOL, BS4 1ET

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £308,995 to £310,995
Nerrols Grange
Coming soon

Nerrols Grange

Batt Drive, Taunton, TAUNTON, SOMERSET, TA2 8QJ

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • Coming soon
Park Farm

Park Farm

Butt Lane, Thornbury, BRISTOL, SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE, BS35 1RB

  • 1, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £192,995 to £474,995
Blackberry Park

Blackberry Park

Park Lane, Coalpit Heath, BRISTOL, SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE, BS36 1AT

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £314,995 to £431,995
Forest Grove
Coming soon

Forest Grove

Lower Lane, Berry Hill, COLEFORD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, GL16 8QQ

  • Coming soon
Severn Meadows
Coming soon

Severn Meadows

Wintour Drive, Lydney, LYDNEY, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, GL15 5FA

  • Coming soon

Please find our fantastic new homes for sale in South Wales. A wide range of 2, 3, 4, & 5 bedroom houses include current & new build developments in NewportPontypoolPontyclunVale of GlamorganBarryCwmbranTorfaen, and Neath

Make the Move

Home to almost three quarters of the Welsh population, South Wales has lovely countryside, beautiful coastlines and lively cities including the capital, CardiffSwansea, Newport, PontypriddChepstowAbergavenny and Brecon are also located in the region, making new homes in South Wales as diverse as they are popular.

Transport links

South Wales is served by train lines along the coast and some valleys. The South Wales Main Line runs from Bristol Parkway to Swansea, including a high speed link from Cardiff Central to London Paddington, which takes two hours and 5 minutes. There are also major stations at Newport, Pontypridd and Port Talbot.

The M4 motorway is the main thoroughfare through South Wales, providing easy road access west to Swansea and east to Cardiff, Newport and beyond. A journey from Swansea to Cardiff via the M4 takes an hour along the M4, or 50 minutes by train. Cardiff is a 50 minute drive or train journey from Bristol.

The A449, A4042, A470 and A465 connect coastal areas to the South Wales valleys and towns including Merthyr Tydfil, Abergavenny and the Brecon Beacons National Park.

South Wales’ only international airport is Cardiff Airport.

Places of interest

South Wales is known for its lovely coastline. The region’s most popular beaches are found on the Gower Peninsula near Swansea, including Rhossili Bay, Three Cliffs Bay and Langland Bay. Rest Bay in Porthcawl is also popular with surfers and families, while Penarth near Cardiff has a small pier including a cinema at the pier pavilion.

As for history, St Fagans National History Museum explores Welsh life through the ages, while Big Pit National Coal Museum takes visitors on underground tours of the mines. Caerphilly Castle is the second largest castle in the UK, while Raglan Castle and Tintern Abbey are must-visits in Monmouthshire. Other historical attractions include the National Museum and Art Gallery in Cardiff, Dylan Thomas Birth Place in Swansea and Caerleon Roman Baths.

Mountain biking fans will not be disappointed in South Wales. Bike Park Wales at Gethin Woods, Merthyr Tydfil, is a purpose-built bike park with a large network of downhill trails and lift-assisted single-track routes. There are also popular trails at Cwmcarn Forest and Afan Forest Park.

The Welsh Capital, Cardiff, is home to a number of major attractions including world-class sport at the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Arms Park (with Premier League action found at Liberty Stadium in Swansea), and theatre at the Wales Millennium Centre, Chapter Arts Centre, New Theatre and Sherman Cymru. Cardiff Bay is an ever-popular location for boat rides, walks, restaurants and events on Roald Dahl Plass.

Natural attractions in South Wales include Cosmeston Lakes Country Park, Merthyr Mawr Sand Dunes and the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Educational facilities

South Wales is home to a number of esteemed higher education institutions including the University of South Wales, Cardiff University, the University of Wales, Cardiff Metropolitan University, the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and Swansea University.