The Paddocks
180.98 to 180.98 sq m
Guide price £550,000(16.248.654.523 ₫)

The PaddocksCoity, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, CF35 6BL

  • New development

Key features

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • Unique layouts
  • Entertaining and private spaces
  • Luxurious en suite bathrooms
  • Countryside setting
  • EPC Rating = B

The Paddocks is an exclusive development of 7 detached properties located within the heart of historic Coity village.

About this property

  • Design
    Each property is designed and built to an exacting specification, with traditional designed exteriors blending in perfectly with the character of the village, whilst the interiors are designed and finished to the highest contemporary standards.

    The Paddocks
    Houses 5 and 6 are additionally offered for sale with adjoining paddock/field, affording you a sizeable area rarely found with new build properties.

These are carefully crafted family homes that offer flexible space, a viewing is highly recommended.

Claire TurnerProperty agent

Local information

  • The development fronts Heol-Yr-Ysgol within Coity Village, an historic and highly sought after residential location.
  • Coity Village is ideally situated just 2 miles or so north of Bridgend Town Centre which benefits from direct rail travel to London Paddington.
  • Just one mile north of Coity is Junction 36 of the M4 Motorway with Cardiff lying approximately 22 miles to the east and Swansea 20 miles to the west.
  • Within the village is a local store and the well regarded Six Bells Public House. Local primary schooling is at the recently completed state of the art school opened November 2015.

Additional information

  • Close to the development lies Coity Castle which dates back to the 11th century and is described as one of the best preserved castles in Glamorgan. Next to the Castle lies the Parish Church of St Mary which dates from the 14th century.
  • Adjacent to Junction 36 is a food superstore, Odeon Multi Screen cinema and Wales' leading Designer Outlet Village.
  • Surrounding countryside includes Merthyr Mawr, home to the largest sand dunes in Europe and the stunning scenery and beaches of the Heritage Coast.
  • Slightly further afield but within an easy 45 minute drive includes the Gower Peninsula and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
  • Directions: Travelling north from Bridgend Town Centre along the A4061 dual carriageway, take the 3rd exit off the roundabout signposted Coity and onto West Plas Road. Continue for approximately ½ mile bearing left at the first set of lights into Coity Village. Once in the village continue along West Plas Road before taking the left-hand turn onto Heol-Y-Eglwys. Proceed then for approximately 300m and “The Paddocks” is found on your left hand side. Travelling from Junction 36 of the M4 Motorway bear left on the motorway slip road taking the A4061 dual carriageway towards Bridgend. Go straight ahead at the first roundabout, first left at the second roundabout along the A4061 and then second left at the third roundabout onto West Plas Road and following then the directions as above through Coity Village.
  • EPC Rating = B