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MOVE TO DINAS POWYS


Buyers hoping to put down roots at The Woodlands, Dinas Powys, will need to act fast with only a few homes remaining.


A new show home showcasing a finished example of the Tenbury has just been launched alongside the opportunity to make the move tax free* with Edenstone offering to cover the Land Transaction Tax.


Homes at The Woodlands have broad appeal, thanks to the village location, commuter connections and quality specification. Demand has remained strong with its prime location undoubtedly playing a part in the success of the development - positioned on a key commuter route into Cardiff, with Cardiff train station


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around 20 minutes away, including the short walk to Dinas Powys station.


The final, four bedroom detached Tenbury style properties are priced at £429,995 and feature a superb specification as standard including Sigma kitchens, contemporary sanitaryware from Roca as well as Porcelanosa ceramic tiling.


Location, location, location...


As the development name suggests, homes at The Woodlands are close to Shortlands Wood, with an abundance of walks and trails to explore on foot or bike.


The natural environment has also inspired the creation of a specially designed play area featuring timber play equipment set around an ancient oak tree. This is already proving popular with children and families alike.


Residents of The Woodlands will be able to embrace village living in Dinas Powys, through a range of independent shops, supermarket, restaurants, pubs and a deli. There are also a number of well-regarded schools in the area.


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