New Homes in Bridgend
New Homes in Bridgend
Make the Move
Surrounded by picturesque countryside and with the River Ogmore running through the town, new homes in Bridgend offer a tranquil and relaxing location, while still having easy transport links to nearby cities.
Things to see and do
The scenic location of Bridgend makes it the ideal option if you’re a fan of the great outdoors.
Keen hikers and cyclists will be in their element, with several cycle routes, mountain bike trails and great walking trails to suit every level of ability.
Bryngarw Country Park is a lovely spot for a picnic and home to a number of natural habitats including woodland, grassland and oriental gardens. Beautiful walks can also be enjoyed along the green banks of River Garw, which is full of wildlife and displays nature at its best.
Shopping can be enjoyed at Rhiw Shopping Centre which accommodates all the basics along with the local market. You’ll find bargain designer wear at Bridgend Designer Outlet which is just a short drive away from the centre. If you’re in need of a day of retail therapy, the lively Welsh capital of Cardiff can be reached in just over half an hour by road.
After a hard day on your feet, enjoy a relaxing evening in one of Bridgend’s many restaurants and bars.
Sport plays a big role in Bridgend, fine with rugby union being one of the most popular sports in Wales, the town doesn’t disappoint. The Bridgend Ravens are in the Welsh Premier Division, and with three lower level teams also based in Bridgend, you can always be guaranteed a match to watch.
Fans of the Beautiful Game won’t be disappointed either, as Bridgend is home to two football teams that play for the Welsh Football League First Division; Bryntirion Athletic F.C and Bridgend Town AFC. If it’s playing rather than watching sport that interests you, Bridgend offers a range of additional sports to get involved with such as cricket, tennis, golf, hockey and bowls.
For those looking to study in the area, Cardiff University is easily reachable from Bridgend and offers a selection of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Bridgend has strong transport links to nearby towns and cities whether you’re travelling by air, rail or road.
The town is served by Bridgend station. Trains run to the nearby cities of Cardiff (20 minutes) and Swansea (35 minutes) as well as more long distance journeys to Bristol (one hour 20), London Paddington (two hours 30) and Manchester Piccadilly (three hours 50).
The nearest airport to Bridgend is Cardiff which offers flights to a variety of domestic and international destinations.
The M4 is easily accessible by taking either the A4016 or Bridgend Road. From the M4, areas East and West of the town can be reached including Swansea, Cardiff and Newport. To reach areas North of Bridgend take the A470 off the M4.