New 4 and 5-bedroom homes now released
Highfields is a contemporary development of new homes in Old St Mellons, which benefit from ease of access to the many amenities of Cardiff city centre. These 3, 4 and 5-bedroom properties will appeal to a variety of purchasers, including first-time buyers, families and commuters into the Welsh capital.
3, 4 and 5-bedroom homes
Garages, or allocated parking to all properties
Public open space within the development
Around 15 minutes’ drive to central Cardiff
Close to the A48 and M4 for commuters
Prices from £325,9954 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Built-in oven, hob and hood
Prices from £326,9954 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Built-in oven, hob and hood
Prices from £356,9954 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen, dining, family area Built-in oven, hob and hood
Prices from £369,9954 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Built-in oven, hob and hood
Prices from £402,9954 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen and family area Integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher
Prices from £469,9954 bedroom detached home Kitchen, breakfast and family area Integrated kitchen appliances
Church Road, Old St Mellons, CF3 6YA
Monday 10:00 – 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 – 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 – 17:00
Thursday 10:00 – 19:00
Friday 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday 11:00 – 17:00
Sunday 11:00 – 17:00
Old St Mellons is situated to the east of Cardiff. Highfields is a minutes’ drive from the A48, and about a mile from junction 30 of the M4.
Residents of Highfields will benefit from access to a range of leisure opportunities. Everyday fitness is covered by Pentwyn Leisure Centre which is around a mile and a half away from the development; Cardiff and St Mellon’s golf courses are both around three miles away. Further afield, in central Cardiff, Principality Stadium is Wales’ national sports arena, boasting a fully-retractable roof and regularly hosting national and international football, rugby events and live music events. Cardiff City Stadium, home to the Welsh national football team, as well as Cardiff City, holds football events throughout the year.
The capital enjoys a long and vibrant history, which is demonstrated in the architecture of Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral, Castell Coch and Cardiff Castle. However, Cardiff Bay is an area which has undergone major reinvestment; featuring views of the harbour and local docklands area, this upcoming area has several shopping, dining and leisure opportunities and is home to the state-of-the-art Welsh Assembly building.
For a trip to the coast, Penarth and Barry are within close proximity to Highfields. Penarth is the seaside area of Cardiff, where visitors can enjoy a stroll along the promenade and the beach. Nearby Barry is a popular tourist resort, noted for its beautiful beach and scenery.
Near to the development, Cardiff Gate Retail Park offers several brand name stores, a supermarket, a gym and several casual eateries.
Further afield, Cardiff is a popular shopping destination, providing an impressive selection of high street names and designer and independent boutiques. The city offers a mix of contemporary shopping malls, as well as traditional Victorian and Edwardian shopping arcades; St David’s is one of the largest retail centres in the UK, boasting around 180 stores from high-street fashion to designer labels.
Cardiff Market is held within an impressive Victorian indoor market hall, offering visitors an array of fresh local produce and baked goods, as well as homewares and gifts.
The Welsh capital also enjoys a reputation for its diverse dining scene, with venues to suit all occasions and appetites. In Penarth, the coastal area of the city, there is the Michelin-starred James Sommerin restaurant, where diners can enjoy seaside views along with renowned tasting menus. For more casual dining options, families are well-catered for in Cardiff with a great selection of traditional-style pubs, alongside family-friendly restaurants, pavement cafés and tea rooms.
There are several well-regarded schools in the area, to accommodate families with children. St Mellons primary school is within close proximity to the development, while Corpus Christi Catholic High School is within approximately 10 minutes’ drive from Highfields.
For independent schools, there is also St John’s College, a mixed day school, serving ages three to 18, around three miles away from the development.
Those interested in pursuing further study will benefit from close proximity to both Cardiff University (a top five UK university for research excellence and impact) and The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Both establishments are a 15-minute drive from Highfields.
Nearby major roads include the A48(M) and the M4, both of which can be accessed within three minutes by car. The A48 is to the west of Highfields and provides ease of access to Cardiff, around a 15-minute drive, and links to the M4, to the east, offering routes to Newport and Swansea.
Llanishen train station is a 10-minute drive from Highfields and provides regular services to Penarth, Bargoed, Rhmney and Cardiff Central station. Cardiff Central boasts connections to London, Portsmouth, Manchester, Newport and Swansea. For international travel, the nearest airport is Cardiff, around 20 miles away from home.
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