The Celtic Crusaders will be in Brackla next weekend to open the doors of a stylish new show home. The team will kick start a fun-weekend on January 19 and 20 when homebuyers can visit Redrow’s Coed Castell development and take a tour around the new ‘Malham’ show home, while their children are entertained by a talented magician. And for the adults a glass of bubbly to bring some sparkle to the day.
A family preparing to move thousands of miles from Canada to South Wales have chosen a beautiful home at Redrow’s picturesque Dôl Gorwel development.
A first time buyer has taken a bit of sisterly advice and bought one of the Redrow’s multi-award winning Debut range. Jamie Moffatt, whose sister Rachael Davies is conveniently an area sales manager for Redrow Homes (South Wales), has just snapped up a stylish home at the housebuilder’s Dol Gorwel development in North Cornelly.
Hoping to move into a brand new home for Christmas? You can cherry pick your plot, deals and extras if you visit Barratt’s Foxcombe development in the village of Dyffryn near Newport.
The next phase of development has just been announced at Barratt’s popular Parc Tyn y Coed site at Sarn in South Wales but, for those wanting to move before Christmas, a selection of three-bedroom houses is now available.
Daniel Knight is carving out a new home for himself as a first time buyer. The apprentice carpenter is helping to build 89 one and two-bedroom multi-award winning Debut homes at Dol Gorwel, in North Cornelly and couldn’t resist buying one himself. Daniel, 21, who works for developer Redrow Homes, has followed in his father’s footsteps. Dad Michael also works for the company as a site manager and lives in a home built by his employer.
A couple buying a house in Glamorgan lived the dream of many home owners when they moved into a beautiful ready-decorated show home. Richard Bowmer and his partner Alison Roblin fell in love with the stunning décor of the Redrow show home at Coed Castell, in Brackla, and decided they wanted to move in straight away.
When a job change prompted a move back to her home country of Wales, Sue Williams decided to go back to the place where she’d first got on the property ladder. She plumped for Redrow’s Coed Castell development in Brackla, Bridgend, close to where she had bought her first home years previously and within easy access of the M4 to get to her job as a bank manager in Cardiff. This time round Sue bought in style – opting for a spacious four-bedroom Ouse home.
Barratt South Wales has reported outstanding interest in its Coed Castell development at Bridgend, following the recent launch of its stunning new showhome, The Neath.
Changes are afoot at Coed Castell, one of the newest additions to the Barratt Homes portfolio in South Wales. A brand new showhome is set to open the Bridgend site and the existing show home is currently undergoing a renovation.
House hunters in Glamorgan are being urged to consider part-exchanging their existing home to dodge the potential stress that comes with finding a buyer. A couple in Brackla, who were desperate for more space, opted to swap their house for a brand new home when house builder Redrow made them an offer they couldn’t refuse.
Redrow’s multi-award winning Debut range of first time buyer homes is back in the spotlight this Sunday (19 August) as the Celtic Crusaders rugby club hosts an open day for those seeking to get onto the property ladder at Dol Gorwel, in North Cornelly.
Barratt Homes is set to take the wraps off a new phase of development at Coed Castell, one of the newest additions to the Barratt Homes portfolio in South Wales.
Buyers looking for a swift move this summer can take advantage of two three bedroom townhouses in Bridgend which are ready for immediate occupation.
Rugby players, a stilt-walker, a sizzling summer BBQ and a magnificent new show home make up a not-to-be-missed weekend in Brackla on 21st and 22nd July.
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