Looking for a new home in Merthyr Tydfil?
This historic town nestled in the picturesque region of South Wales is a great place to settle.
Our new build homes in Merthyr Tydfil are built with the latest construction techniques and energy-efficient features. They also make the most of a town that’s at the head of the Welsh Valleys and the foot of the newly renamed Brecon Beacons, the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park.
With an industrial heritage, today Merthyr Tydfil is a commuter town for Cardiff and Swansea, a strong community with great arts and culture, and a well-equipped centre with a range of local shops, supermarkets, retail centres, schools and essential services. It’s also a great base for nature and sports enthusiasts, with access to lush green valleys, picturesque trails and a wide range of outdoor activities.
If Merthyr Tydfil sounds like your ideal place to call home, take a look at our beautiful new homes in the area.
New Homes in Merthyr Tydfil
Living in Merthyr Tydfil
Travel from Merthyr Tydfil
Whether it’s the great outdoors or the great cities and towns of South Wales that are in your sights, Merthyr Tydfil is central to it all. The South Wales Valleys create an iconic landscape between the A465 and the M4. Pen Y Fan, the highest mountain in the National Park is approximately 17 miles away. Cardiff and Neath are 23 miles away, Port Talbot is 29 miles away, and Swansea is 32 miles away.
Merthyr Tydfil amenities
At the heart of the town, the High Street offers several places to eat and a range of local shops, and the Cyfarthfa Shopping Park brings you high-street brands and fast-food outlets in one place. On the outskirts of town, a Tesco Extra and an Asda Superstore put everything under one roof. There’s a general hospital, three secondary schools, and a railway station with regular Cardiff Central and Cardiff Queen Street services. Exciting plans to link Merthyr Tydfil to a South Wales Metro network are in the pipeline.
The National Park
For lovers of the great outdoors, living close to the National Park has to be on your new home checklist. Bannau Brycheiniog stretches to approximately 350 square miles and boasts South Wales’ highest mountain, Pen Y Fan, among its 6 peaks. This is also a landscape of deep valleys, forests, lakes, waterfalls, and caves. If you like adrenaline, the area is also home to the world’s fastest zip wire, the UK’s largest mountain biking park and the largest indoor climbing wall in Wales. So, for a gentle stroll with the family, or a full-on challenge, this is the place to be – and it’ll be on the doorstep of your new home.