After a huge sale success at Taylor Wimpey’s Equinox development in Cardiff, the developer has released its popular Meiford show home for sale.
Making a move up the property ladder can be stressful at the best of times and with this, homebuyers are looking for ways to make the move easier. One of the most problematic areas for homebuyers that need to be addressed is property chains.
One of the country’s leading housebuilders demonstrating its confidence in South Wales with the launch of a brand new division based in Cardiff.
Pupils from Greenhill School in Cardiff will be able to enjoy school trips in style from now on, as they have been presented with a new Sunshine coach, thanks to a substantial donation from Crest Nicholson.
Buyers wishing to move into a stylish and spacious new home in time for Summer are in for a treat when they visit Parc Afon Tawe.
May bank holiday is traditionally the time when we don overalls and give our homes a much needed DIY fix. However, with recent research revealing over half of Brits are scared of DIY and four out of ten would even go as far as saying they hate it , many people will be looking to avoid household chores this spring.
The picturesque location coupled with the stunning range of homes on offer and the catchment area for some of the best schools in Radyr, are just some of the reasons Taylor Wimpey is selling over one home a week at its Lychgate Gardens development.
Just like Kate & William many engaged couples want to live like royalty, but unlike the future King and Queen, money is an object and lodging in Grandma’s mansion isn’t an option.
Taylor Wimpey has put a spring in the step of its popular Equinox development in Cardiff with the opening of two new show homes.
There is a definite increase in the number of buyers seeking brand new homes at developments across South Wales, according to Barratt.
All good things come in threes – whether it’s The Musketeers, Amigos or even Stooges, therefore it’s little wonder that when it comes to contemporary and stylish living in Radyr, Cardiff, good things come in three storey’s.
You’d better hurry if you fancy giving your home a designer look at the fraction of the price. High-end home goodies are selling fast at the new Bobath charity shop in Cardiff following a lavish donation from local housing developer Lovell.
Buyers need to be quick to be in with a chance of securing a new home at one of the region’s most popular developments.
Just a few homes are all that remain at the Maes Y Ffynnon development in Abercynon. The popular Barratt site is proving particularly popular with those looking to settle in a rural area that is still just a short distance from nearby Cardiff.
Taylor Wimpey South Wales is flying the flag of success this month after four of its site managers from across the region fought off stiff competition to each pick up a highly coveted housing award.
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