Enjoy the best of modern living in this popular three bedroom home which benefits from a stylish open plan kitchen/diner with French doors leading into the garden. The Derwent's bright front aspect living room, separate utility room, handy storage cupboard and downstairs cloakroom complete the ground floor. Upstairs, bedroom 1 has an en suite and there's a good-sized family bathroom and further storage.
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17' 11" x 9' 3" (5.51m x 2.84m)
12' 9" x 11' 11" (3.94m x 3.68m)
* The dimensions shown are approximate and the precise measurements may vary. Please ask to see the drawings relative to the specific plot. All room dimensions are to a -+50mm (2") tolerance. Kitchen layouts are indicative only. Please consult the Sales Adviser on-site for specific kitchen layouts. This information is for guidance only and does not form part of any contract or constitute a warranty
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Many people believe that the town took it's name from the 1425 Old Bridge which was built across the River Ogmore, though its history goes further back. It's still on the main route between east and west Wales, halfway between Cardiff and Swansea.
Bridgend has a market town atmosphere, and the main pedestrianised shopping area offers a wide selection of shops. There's also a good choice of supermarkets nearby, including Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury.
The McArthurGlen shopping outlet is nearby, it's the largest of its kind in the country. The Princess of Wales hospital is less than a mile away from the development and there are GP's surgeries and dentists throughout the town.
For those who enjoy an active lifestyle, it's easy to get out and about to explore the beautiful countryside. You can be hiking in the Brecon Beacons National Park in about an hour. There are also fantastic golf courses to enjoy. The 18 hole Royal Porthcawl Golf Course overlooks the coast, while the Pyle & Kenfig golf club combines glorious views with its challenging course. The town also provides regular entertainment throughout the year with festivals and theatrical productions.
There are plenty of schools to choose from in the area, from infant schools through to comprehensive schools. You will also have the option to choose from the Welsh-Medium and Church schools within the catchment area.
Bridgend is served by the M4 motorway - the main link all the way from London to Swansea, via the Severn Bridge. The A470 and the A465 are the main road routes inland from the motorway junctions at Cardiff and Swansea. The closest train station to the development is in Bridgend's town centre, which is approximately 2.5 miles away from Castle Heights. You can be in Cardiff in 22 minutes and Swansea in 34 minutes by train.
Our Community Champions programme was established in 2015 and has already donated more than £3 million to over 3,500 good causes across Great Britain. Every month whilst the programme is running, our 32 regional businesses together give away 64 donations of up to £1,000 each. It's easy to apply for your local good cause.
Persimmon Homes is delighted to be joining forces with Team GB: the Great Britain and Northern Ireland Olympic Team run by the British Olympic Association, to give away an amazing £1 million to support children across England, Wales and Scotland.
Our hugely successful Community Champions programme has already donated more than £1 million to good causes in England, Wales and Scotland. Every month we give away 60 donations of up to £1,000 each to local groups and charities.