New Homes in Rogerstone


Live the life

Located in South Wales close to the city of Newport, Rogerstone is a rural village with excellent transport links making it the ideal place for commuters to live. Whether you’re exploring the local countryside, taking a day trip to Cardiff or visiting historic sites, there’s lots to see and do close to your new home in Rogerstone.

Things to see and do

Rogerstone is a small but thriving village that’s home to the Fourteen Locks Canal Centre with its own visitor centre and tea room on the Monmouthshire-Brecon canal towpath. The canal is a great place to enjoy a relaxing walk, and is also part of the National Cycle Network.

If you enjoy discovering local history, there are lots of historic sites near to Rogerstone including Caerleon Roman Baths, the National Roman Legion Museum in Caerleon, Caerphilly Castle and The National Trust’s Tredegar House in Newport.

For families with young children, there are lots of great family-friendly attractions near to Rogerstone, whether you’re enjoying a few hours at Belle Vue Park in Newport, meeting the animals at Cefn Mably Farm Park or Greenmeadow Community Farm, or taking a stroll around Cwmbran Boating Lake.

If you’re in the mood for some retail therapy, you can go shopping at Cwmbran Shopping Centre or take a trip into Cardiff where you’ll find high street and designer shops in the St David’s Shopping Centre and along Queen Street and independent boutiques in the arcades.

For those of you who like to keep active, you can go mountain biking in Cwmcarn Forest or practice your swing at Peterstone Lakes Golf Club or the Celtic Manor Resort’s Montgomerie Golf Course, which hosted the Ryder Cup in 2010.


If you’re moving to Rogerstone with children, you’ll be keen to get them into a good local school. According to the Welsh education authority Estyn, schools rated ‘excellent’ include High Cross Primary School, Glasllwch Primary School, St. Joseph's R.C. High School. Private education is provided by Rougemont School and Wyclif Independent Christian School.

Rogerstone is only a short commute away from the University of South Wales, the University of Wales, Cardiff University and Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Getting to Rogerstone

Rogerstone is close to the M4 and has its own train station, with services to Cardiff and Ebbw Vale. The village is a 10 minute drive away from Newport, 15 minutes from Cwmbran, and a 20 minute drive or 25 minute train journey from Cardiff. The journey from Ebbw Vale takes 30 minutes by car or 40 minutes by train, while the journey from Bristol takes 50 minutes by car.

If you’re travelling to London, the drive takes around three hours from Rogerstone, while the train from Newport takes just under two hours to reach London Paddington. When it’s time for a well-earned holiday, Cardiff Airport is a 40 minute drive away while Bristol Airport can be reached in 50 minutes by car.