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Apartments released at thriving Cardiff development


A new range of one and two- bedroom


apartments have


been released at a fast-growing development on the outskirts of Cardiff. Persimmon Homes is making good progress on its St Edeyrn’s Village


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project off junction 30, where 1,020 new properties are being built, along with a primary school, shops and allotments. Now a selection of 20 apartments have been made available, perfect for first time buyers, with prices


starting at £124,995. Tis phase is known as “Te Risings”. In total there will be 37 apartments at St Edeyrn’s. Victoria Williams, sales director at Persimmon Homes East Wales, said: “St Edeyrn’s Village has proved


to be extremely popular with a wide range of people keen to live at this fantastic location just outside of the heart of Cardiff. “We’re delighted to add apartments to the offering here, which will make the development accessible to a larger group of people. “Buying an apartment is an excellent way to get on the property ladder and to start the home ownership journey. “Tey are also an excellent choice for people who don’t want the hassle of maintaining outdoor areas, or simply don’t need the additional space that a house offers.” Victoria said she expects the apartments to also be popular with investors. Tere are two, three and four- bedroom houses also available at St Edeyrn’s. More than 200 properties have already been sold at the site and a vibrant community is emerging. For more information, visit www. persimmonhomes.com or call 02921 672 972.


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