Barratt Homes provides plenty of choice for South Wales house-hunters
One of the true household names in British housebuilding, Barratt Group currently has over 400 developments on the go around the UK. It is one of the busiest housebuilders in South Wales right now, with a diverse portfolio of city, suburban and rural schemes on offer and a range of property types from compact apartments to spacious luxury properties.
“It’s probably not surprising that as one of the country’s largest housebuilders, Barratt Homes provides a really impressive range of properties across the south of Wales right now,” says Keith Osborne, editor of leading new homes portal whathouse.co.uk.” Whether you are looking for a first home, moving up the property ladder, downsizing from a larger home or perhaps hoping to find a property for investment purposes, Barratt’s current choice deserves serious consideration.”
First-time buyers can get on the property ladder for as little as £79,995 for a one-bedroom apartment at the College Green development in Pontypridd. There are currently also two- and three-bedroom houses available at the scheme, an easy commute to Cardiff, around 11 miles away.
For something slightly larger, yet still not breaking the bank, Coed Celynen in Abercarn, outside Newport could provide the answer. “A two-bedroom terrace home here costs from £128,500, or if you want a larger property still, a three-bedroom home costs from £149,995,” says Osborne. “With a rural location and good road links to Newport, Cardiff and the M4, the development would suit both families and commuters.”
Properties at the Whitecastle development in Abergavenny start at £187,995. When complete, it will provide three-, four- and five-bedroom homes in a waterside location by the River Usk. At present, there is a range of three-bedroom properties available. With the Brecon Beacons National Park on the doorstep and good road links to destinations in Wales and England, it’s another excellent rural location for a family and those who need access to major areas of employment.
Penylan is often considered to be one of the most sought-after residential districts of Cardiff, combining convenient access to the city centre, just a few minutes away, with good local amenities. Scholar’s Gate has a range of four- and five-bedroom detached family houses for sale, priced from £299,995, boasting an enviable interior specification and flexible accommodation for a growing family. “A part exchange deal with Barratt could be a great way of securing one of these executive homes if you are struggling to sell your current home on the open market,” suggests whathouse.co.uk’s Keith Osborne.
Finally, house-hunters looking for something a bit special need to find £579,995 in order to secure a five-bedroom home at Burrium Gate in Usk, Monmouthshire, set on a generous plot with a double garage. These properties combine traditional architectural features with a thoroughly modern interior specification and accommodation that is both spacious and flexible.
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