Steeped in history, this landmark redevelopment brings an incredible collection of unique homes to a picturesque coastal location.
At The Links, each home will provide the ultimate in contemporary living and high-end specification while offering exceptional views and a lifestyle to match.
This Grade II Listed building has undergone a stunning renovation into a marvellous collection of 35 studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and will be accompanied by 36 stylish new build 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.
The sympathetic refurbishment will incorporate, where possible, characterful features from the historic Victorian building and many apartments will also benefit from high ceilings. Only a limited selection of these apartments remain, including those with spacious roof terraces and the iconic turret.
The 18th at The Links will showcase the best of contemporary coastal living, with open plan living areas and generous outside spaces. Many of the apartments enjoy sea views in addition to those across the undulating greens of Royal Porthcawl Golf Course.
There is a strong emotional connection to this storied building, and the location is outstanding. The apartments at The Links have been reimagined beautifully and each home has its own identity.
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About The Developer
Property is Acorn's passion and has made its mark as a regeneration specialist, changing the face of areas through innovative development and exciting new architecture; above all creating the kind of places people want to live, work and spend time in. Acorn has offices in London, Cornwall, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter and Hampshire. They specialise in bespoke developments of many sizes.
Only four apartments now remain in the Grade II Listed conversion, and the second phase, The 18th at The Links, now available. Featuring contemporary new build apartments with balconies, terraces and impressive sea and golf views.Elizabeth Beaudette-Sheppard