New show home opens in Creigiau
25 June 2020
A stunning new show home is ready to open its doors to househunters in Creigiau.
Persimmon Homes, along with its sister company Charles Church, has started work on 1,500 much-needed new homes at its exciting new development in Llanilltern Village, off junction 33 of the M4 on the edge of Cardiff.
The development will also include a primary school and sports pitches.
Now Persimmon is preparing to throw open the doors to a new show home at its The Parish scheme.
The four-bedroom Chedworth style show home will be available for househunters to browse from Saturday, June 27.
Persimmon’s marketing suites and show homes in Wales reopened this week following new guidance from the Welsh Government.
Viewings and sales consultations are currently by appointment only.
Victoria Williams, sales director for Persimmon Homes East Wales, said: “We’re delighted to be opening the doors to this stunning show home at Llanilltern Village.”
“This is a significant development and there has been huge interest in the properties.”
“Reopening our sites has been a huge boost for househunters in Wales. Our sales advisers have been working extremely hard to help people who want to move to a new home, but being able to meet face-to-face with customers, obviously in a safe manner, makes a big difference.”
“I’m sure that people will enjoy looking around this stunning show home. It is one thing looking at a property on plans, but walking around a real house really captures the imagination.”
The Chedworth is a popular family home with a modern and stylish open plan kitchen, breakfast and family room.
There is also a well-proportioned living room, a separate dining room, a downstairs toilet and a handy utility. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, one of which is en suite, and a family-sized bathroom.
The whole Llanilltern Village project is set to create 1,700 new jobs for local people.