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A new phase of the popular Castle Heights development has been launched at Parc Derwen, a popular village community near the village of Coity. This contemporary collection of homes features a wide range of two, three and four bedroom properties – perfect for the way we live today.
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Located on the outskirts of the lively town of Bridgend, Castle Heights is ideally positioned to make the most of what the surrounding area has to offer and is convenient for commuting. Situated almost equidistant between Cardiff and Swansea, the nearby county town of Bridgend has a unique historical charm, great local amenities, diverse shopping opportunities and a huge range of outdoor and indoor leisure pursuits.
Bridgend retains its market town atmosphere and the main pedestrianised shopping area offers a wide selection for all tastes and styles, from high street favourites to unique specialist shops and boutiques. In addition, The McArthurGlen Designer Outlet - less than a 5-minute drive from Castle Heights - is the largest outlet of its kind in the country with a beautiful setting of cafes and restaurants as well as a 9-screen cinema.
The town provides regular entertainment throughout the year, with many festivals and theatrical productions, as well as outdoor performances in the summer months at nearby heritage locations such as the impressive Coity Castle. Bridgend is now also well-known for other quirky events such as Mash Up in the spring, Giggles in the summer, Festival in the autumn and the Elfsteddfod just before Christmas, offering something for everyone all year round.
For those who enjoy an active lifestyle then this is the place to be. There are many ways to explore the beautiful countryside, with routes available for horse riding, cycling or on foot to suit all abilities. If you want a different type of green then there are some fantastic golf courses to enjoy here as well. The 18-hole Royal Porthcawl hugs the coast with great sea views from most holes while the Pyle and Kenfig Golf Club combines glorious views on an undulating links course with natural hazards of hillocks, valleys and towering dunes.
Nearby Porthcawl on the coast is at the centre of a collection of beaches stretching for miles in both directions. Here you can be a true adventurer and try your hand at wind, board or kite surfing, scuba diving, kayaking, yachting, jet skiing or wake boarding. Get away from it all on Sker Beach, surf the breakers at Rest Bay, build a sandcastle with the family at Sandy Bay or sail on the calmer waters of Newton Bay - and you can also take your dog for a walk on the beach any day of the year.
With its beautifully-designed Charles Church homes, fantastic location and wealth of local amenities Castle Heights is a great place to call home.
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Situated between Cardiff and Swansea, the nearby town of Bridgend has a unique historical charm, great local amenities, diverse shopping opportunities and a huge range of outdoor and indoor pursuits.
Many people believe that the town took it's name from the 1425 Old Bridge which was built across the River Ogmore.
Bridgend itself developed at a ford on the Rover Ogmore, which was on the main route between east and and West Wales. Just north of the town, there is the confluence of three rivers, the River Ogmore, the Lynfi River and the Garw River. South of Bridgend the River Ewenny merges with the River Ogmore and flows into the Bristol Channel. In the 15th century, a stone bridge was built to connect permanently each side of the River Ogmore (later rebuilt).
Originally this bridge had four arches but in the 18th century a massive flood washed two of them away. The rest of the bridge still stands and still remains a focal point of the town, with aesthetic restoration taking place in 2006.
Bridgend grew rapidly into an agricultural town important to many of the local farmers. Although still small by today's standards it became an important market town, a tag that remained with it well into the late 20th century.
Situated along the M4 Corridor, half way between the cosmopolitan city of Cardiff to the East only 20 miles away and the smaller city of Swansea to the West only 23 miles away. The A48 is also nearby which links you quickly to Culverhouse Cross & the Vale of Glamorgan.
Bridgend retains it's market town atmosphere and the main pedestrianised shopping area offers a wide selection of shops for all styles and tastes. There is also a good choice of supermarkets conveinetly situated nearby including Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury.
In addition the 'McArthurGlen' shopping outlet is less than a 5 minute drive away from Castle Heights and is the largest of it's kind in the country.
The town provides regular entertainment throughout the year with many festivals and theatrical productions.
For those who enjoy an active lifestyle the this is the place to be. There are many ways to explore the beautiful countryside, with routes available for horse riding, cycling or on foot to site all abilities.
There are also fantastic golf courses to enjoy. The 18 hole Royal Porthcawl hugs the coast with great sea views from most holes while the Pyle and Kenfig golf club combines glorious views an an undulating links course with natural hazards of hillcocks, valleys and towering dunes.
Nearby porthcawl on the coast is at the centre of a collection of beaches stretching for miles in both directions, there are plenty water sport activities you can try from surfing to kite boarding.
There are plenty of schools to choose form in the area from Infant to Comprehensive school. There are also welsh medium & church schools also within the catchment.
The closest train station to the development is situated at Bridgend town centre, roughly 2.5miles away from Castle Heights. You can travel comfortably to Cardiff in 22minutes and to Swansea in 34 minutes.
The Princess of Wales hospital is less than a mile away from the development and operates a succesfull A&E Department. GP's surgeries are scattered throughout the town, as are dentists.
Are you new to the area? If you would like to know more about Coity,
please call our on-site sales advisor at Castle Heights on 01656 648256 who will be happy to tell you more.
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