This development offers the following schemes:
- Part Exchange
- Home Change
- Help to Buy - Wales
- Early Bird
Schemes are available on selected plots only, subject to status, terms and conditions apply. Contact the development for latest information.
The Chedworth ticks all the boxes for a family home. The modern and stylish open-plan kitchen/family room is perfect for spending time as a family and for entertaining. There’s also a well-proportioned living room, separate dining room, downstairs WC and handy utility room with outside access. Upstairs there are four bedrooms - bedroom one with it's own en suite - a large family-sized bathroom and another storage cupboard.Additional Information
- Tenure: Freehold
- Council tax band: Not made available by local authority until post-occupation
- Kitchen/Family Room (6.18 x 2.9 m)
- Living Room (3.28 x 4.03 m)
- Dining Room (3.0 x 3.29 m)
- Bedroom One (3.49 x 3.34 m)
- Bedroom Two (3.51 x 3.36 m)
- Bedroom Three (2.74 x 3.0 m)
- Bedroom Four (2.37 x 2.51 m)
About St Edeyrns Village
Bluebell Meadows at St Edeyrns Village is our stunning new collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes at St Edeyrns Village in Old St Mellons. Our newest Persimmon Homes development offers a variety of house styles, ranging from The Apartments, The Alnwick – a stylish two-bedroom home – to The Chedworth; an attractive four-bedroom family home.
St Edeyrns is a brand-new village with an exciting new community for you to join. It's north east of Cardiff, close to the A48 link road between Newport and Cardiff. This makes it a popular choice with commuters, as well as with families who want to be able to enjoy the great facilities of the Welsh capital. Easy access to the M4 on its route across South Wales and over the Severn Bridge to Bristol are an added bonus when you want to get out and about.
St Edeyrns Village will feature a new 4,000 sq ft convenience store. The popular shopping destination of Cardiff is also easily accessible. With the city's St David's Centre complex, the main shopping streets and the Victorian shopping arcades, Cardiff really does have something for everybody. When you're ready for refuelling, you'll find a great range of family-friendly restaurants. There's also an entertainment and leisure scene to suit every taste in Cardiff, including museums, art galleries, theatres, sport, live music, opera and ballet.
Families with children will welcome the good selection of local schools, including St Mellons Church in Wales Primary School, Pen y Bryn, Oakfield and Willowbrook primary schools, plus the new Pontprennau Primary School which caters for nursery and reception ages. Ysgol Pen y Groes School on Glan y Mor Road in Cardiff is the Welsh school within the catchment area.
St Edeyrns Village is a short distance from Junction 30 of the M4, the Pentwyn link road and the A48 Eastern Avenue. There's also a regular bus service into Cardiff city centre, and Cardiff Central train station offers many routes around South Wales, West Wales, Bristol, and on to London Paddington. For journeys further afield, Cardiff Airport has a wide range of flights to national and international destinations.
Monday 11:00 - 18:00, Tuesday 11:00 - 18:00, Wednesday 11:00 - 18:00, Thursday 11:00 - 18:00, Friday 11:00 - 18:00, Saturday 11:00 - 18:00, Sunday 11:00 - 18:00