Showhome opens at huge Cardiff development
31 August 2021
A stunning new showhome has opened its doors as part of a major development in Cardiff.
We’ve cut the ribbon on our brand new three-bedroom townhouse-style showhome at Buttercup Fields, part of the vast 1,020 property St Edeyrn’s Village scheme currently being built on land between the M4 and the A48, close to Cardiff Gate Business Park.
The fully decorated property will give house hunters the chance to see first-hand the type of homes available on the latest phase of the development.
Victoria Williams, sales director at Persimmon Homes East Wales, said: “We’re delighted to open the doors to our stunning showhome at Buttercup Fields. St Edeyrn’s Village is one of the biggest residential developments in Cardiff’s history. Work started in 2016 and more than 658 properties have now been occupied. This latest phase, Buttercup Fields, is bringing a further selection of two, three and four-bedroom homes to the market and they are proving extremely popular.
“A showhome is always an important milestone in a development’s lifecycle. It’s one thing looking at plans on a piece of paper but walking into a real house really brings it to life and allows people to envisage how their home could look should they buy with us. I’m sure people will be impressed with the property we’ve designed at Buttercup Fields.”
The showhome is a Greyfrairs, an impressive three-storey townhouse with space in abundance.
The house type boasts a spacious open plan kitchen/breakfast room and flexible dining/family room. The first floor living room is bright and well-proportioned with a Juliet balcony and the three bedrooms are all good-sized doubles with bedroom one including an ensuite.
The large family bathroom, downstairs WC and two storage cupboards mean this home is as practical as it is stylish.
As well as 1,020 new properties, Persimmon is building a primary school, allotments and a community orchard.
The Government-backed Help to Buy – Wales scheme is available at St Ederyn’s Village, an initiative where buyers only need a five per cent deposit.