Redrow - The Cedars at Great Milton Park, NP18
Prices from £363,995 to £421,995
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About the Development
The Cedars at Great Milton offers three and four-bedroom family homes in a superb country location, with a wealth of dedicated facilities right on your doorstep. Just minutes from the M4 and within easy reach of Newport and Cardiff beyond, this exciting new development will grow to have its own schools, village centre and shops, along with acres of open space to enjoy.
Beyond the park you’ll discover great local shopping at Newport Retail Park, world class golf and leisure facilities and a choice of excellent English and Welsh language schools close by.
These award-winning Heritage Collection homes are ready to move into right away, offering exceptional Arts and Crafts architecture, combined with modern, family-friendly interiors designed around the way you live today. Remember, you only need 5% deposit to secure your family’s future with Help to Buy, and if you have an existing home, Redrow can Help to Sell too.
Visit our show homes today and see how easily you could become a part of Great Milton Park as it grows to become Newport’s most sought-after development.
AmenitiesThere are local convenience stores for your day to day needs in nearby, Ringland, with a Tesco Extra and a large Asda at Newport Retail Park.
For doctors, register with Eveswell Surgery, or Isca Medical Centre, and for dentists, try Isca Dental Practice.
DiningThe Milton Hotel, just along Cot Hill, offers friendly family dining with great pub grub. The Rib Smokehouse Bar and Grill in the Coldra Court Hotel is well worth a visit together with the Steak on Six at the Celtic Manor Hotel that has been voted the best restaurant in Newport on Wales Online.
Newport Retail Park is home to a number of well known family favourites, including a Harvester, Nandos, KFC and McDonalds, and there is a Toby Carvery close by on Coldra Road. Head into Newport and you’ll discover a huge choice of eateries for every taste and budget.
EducationThere is a choice of both English language and Welsh language schools close to the development, many of which come highly rated. Milton Primary is a recent amalgamation of Milton Infants and Juniors, both of which received an ‘excellent’ rating in their last ESTYN inspections. St Gabriel’s RC Primary has been rated ‘good’, while for Welsh language primary education, Ysgol Gymraeg Casnewydd was also rated ‘excellent’.
For older pupils, Llanwern High School is just a short walk away, while Lliswerry High School (Ysgol Uwchradd Llysweri) offers lessons in both English and Welsh.
LeisureThere is so much to do in and around Newport that you’ll be spoiled for choice. Right on your doorstep you’ll find Llanwern Park and Llanwern Golf Club, with the magnificent facilities of Celtic Manor Golf and Country Club just across the motorway. Sports fans can also enjoy rugby at Newport Gwent Dragons, football at Newport County FC and even racing at nearby Chepstow.
For a great day out amongst some of Britain’s most beautiful scenery, head north to Pontypool, just 12miles away, where you’ll find the start of the Brecon Beacons National Park. For evening entertainment, there is a Cineworld cinema at Newport Retail Park, saving the hassle of going into the city, while the city itself has a choice of cinemas and theatres, along with great bars and restaurants.
ShoppingYou can enjoy shopping at all levels within easy reach of Great Milton Park. The brand new £90m Friars Walk Shopping Centre is the jewel in the crown of a revitalised Newport, anchored by major names such as Debenhams and Marks & Spencer. This superb new centre offers a huge range of stores, along with cafes and restaurants, making it a real hub of city shopping. The city also boasts the Kingsway Centre. You’ll also find over 30 top name stores including Boots, H&M, Marks & Spencer, New Look, Clarks and Next, plus seven places to eat, just around the ring road at Newport Retail Park.
For even more choice, the major malls and fascinating independent stores of Cardiff and Bristol are both just a short train ride away, or a few junctions along the M4.
TransportJunction 24 of the M4 is just minutes away from the development, while the A48 Newport ring road offers easy access to all areas of the city. Newport is 4miles, Cwmbran 8miles, Cardiff 20miles and Bristol 28miles.
There are regular busses into town, where you can connect with mainline rail services at Newport Station. Trains to Cardiff take just 13minutes, with Chepstow 23minutes, Bristol 40minutes and direct trains to London Paddington taking under two hours.