De Clare Gardens

Enjoying a delightful rural location on the slopes of Mynydd Meio, just a mile and a half from the bustling centre of Caerphilly, De Clare Gardens is the perfect place to call home. Along with the excellent shopping and leisure facilities of the town, you’ll also find convenient commuter connections to nearby Cardiff, as well as the M4 speeding you to Swansea to the west and Newport and Bristol to the east. Add in a choice of well-regarded schools, including a local primary within walking distance, and you have everything you and your family need.

Coming soon, subject to planning, this brand new development will offer a range of affordable two, three and four bedroom homes from Redrow’s Harwood collection. With so much to offer, this is sure to prove a popular development, so register your interest today to be the first to know the news as new plots are released. Remember, you only need 5% deposit with Help to Buy and Redrow could Help to Sell your old home too.

Caerphilly

Hendredenny Drive, Hendredenny, Caerphilly CF83 2UQ

2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes coming soon. Prices starting from £180,000

De Clare Gardens

Amenities

There is a Tesco Extra close by for your day to day needs, with large Asda and Morrisons supermarkets in the town centre.
For GPs, register with either Ton – Y – Felin Medical Centre Market Street Practice Ton-Y-Felin Surgery, Bedwas Rd, Caerphilly CF83 1XP. 029 2088 7831 or Castle View Surgery (Sat nav: CF83 1SN, call 0300 123 5060). Both are within two miles of the development. The town is also home to a number of dentists, with Parklands Dental Practice the closest, just half a mile away (Sat nav: CF83 2RE, call 029 20 889305), Bupa Dental Care, 6C Cae Meillion, Ystrad Cwrt Rawlin, Caerphilly CF83 1SN, 029 2088 7838

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Dining

There is something for every taste and budget in Caerphilly, from your friendly locals, including the highly rated Angel Bar and Grill, and the Castle Gate Indian Restaurant, to popular town centre eateries, including the Italian flavours of Volare, the Welsh tastes of Glamour’s in the shadow of Caerphilly Castle. The Maenllwyd Inn, Casa Mia Restaurant, and The Old Library are also popular.

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Education

At Redrow, we understand how important your children’s education is to you, and so we carefully select our sites within easy reach of great schools, and De Clare Gardens is no exception. You’ll find a superb choice of schools available in Caerphilly, with both English and Welsh language options available.
There is a choice of local primary schools, with Hendredenny Park Primary School within walking distance and Hendre Infants and Junior School, and Ysgol Ifor Bach also close by. Older pupils can choose between St Cenydd Comprehensive School, St Martin’s Comprehensive School, and Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni Y Gwyndy.
South Wales also has a number of excellent options for higher education, with several top class universities within easy reach for stay at home students who want to save on expensive hall fees.

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Leisure

Caerphilly has lots to offer for your leisure time, all within easy reach in the nearby town. You’ll find St Cenydd Leisure Centre just a short walk from the development, offering a choice of indoor and outdoor sports pitches, while Caerphilly Leisure Centre in the town centre has even more choice. Golfers can choose between three quality courses at Caerphilly Golf Course, Ridgeway Golf Course and Virginia Park Golf Course.
Just a short distance away there is a popular Showcase multi-screen cinema and a host of friendly bars and restaurants. The major tourist attraction is the medieval Caerphilly castle, which has featured in a number of TV productions, including Merlin and Doctor Who.
For even more entertainment, nearby Cardiff offers a huge choice of cinemas, theatres and world-class sport, along with the trendy restaurants and shops of Cardiff Bay.

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Shopping

Caerphilly has an excellent range of local shops, including Castle Court Shopping Centre, which has a fascinating mix of major names and local independents.

For a more extensive shopping trip, nearby Cardiff has everything you could wish for including six different Victorian arcades, the modern mall of the St David’s Centre, the traditional Cardiff Market and the charming independents of Cardiff Bay.

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Transport

The area commands an enviable location for commuting, situated just two miles off the A470 dual carriageway, which links Cardiff to the Valleys. The M4 motorway at Junction 32 is approximately 5 miles away giving access to Cardiff (7½miles), Bridgend (20miles) and Swansea (42miles) to the west and Newport (12miles) and Bristol (48miles) to the east. In addition, the Head of the Valleys road can be accessed via the A470.
Trains from Caerphilly reach Cardiff Central in just 18 minutes with regular services at peak times. From Cardiff you can find connections to Swansea, Bristol, Birmingham and London.

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