New Homes in Caerphilly

Caerphilly is a town of historic strategic significance at the southern point of the Rhymney Valley. Located at the edge of Glamorgan close to the border with Monmouthshire, new homes in Caerphilly are only around 10 miles from lively spots like Newport and Cardiff on the South Wales coast.

You’ve also got Afan Forest Park and the Brecon Beacons nearby, while close to the centre of town you’ll find a moated medieval castle, Caerphilly Mountain and Fforest Fawr, which is perfect relaxing walks. A charming corner of Wales, you can see our developments closest to Caerphilly below. 

DWH @ Brunel Quarter
DWH @ Brunel Quarter
Shipyard Close, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 5WG
  • £475,000 to £504,500
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Introducing Brunel Quarter, a premium collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in historic Chepstow. Here you will find beautiful views of the River Wye, public squares, a park and path alongside the river. Commuting is easy with the A48 and the M48 nearby.

Lying at the southern end of the Rhymney Valley, Caerphilly is a site of historical significance. Around AD 75, the Romans built a fort during their conquest of Britain and occupied it until the mid-second century. The town is a popular destination among home buyers and tourists visiting Wales.

New homes sit at the border between Glamorgan and Monmouthshire, next door to Cardiff and Newport. Whether visiting the beautiful Caerphilly Castle, strolling around Afan Forest Park or exploring the Welsh capital, Caerphilly is the ideal base. Learn about its amenities, education, commuting links and nature spots below.

The Caerphilly community

Lively, welcoming and boasting great entertainment, the Caerphilly community is the town’s highlight. Buying your new home here means benefitting from friendly neighbours and exciting activities year-round.

We build our developments in safe and quiet neighbourhoods with well-lit streets. Most encourage a 20mph speed limit, so you can feel safe and secure. Our developments are close to green spaces and walking trails, perfect for exploring the surroundings. Energy-efficient and sustainable, our homes for sale provide generous indoor and outdoor space to play, work and unwind.

Education in Caerphilly

Whether you’re looking for a school for your kids or hoping to further your education, new homes in Caerphilly are ideal. Some of Ofsted's top-ranking institutions include the following.

Primary Secondary Further Education
Plasyfelin Primary School
Bedwas High School
Bedwas Adult Education Centre
St Helen’s RC Primary School
Blackwood Comprehensive School
ACT Caerphilly Skills Centre
Cwrt Rawlin Primary School
Lewis School Pengam  
Hendre Junior School
St Cenydd Comprehensive School  
Bedwas Junior School
St Martin's School
 

 

Amenities in Caerphilly

Our new homes in Caerphilly are next door to fantastic local amenities, from independent shops and shopping malls to local parks and fitness centres. These include the following:

• Caerphilly Post Office
• Caerphilly Library
• Caerphilly Miners Centre for the Community
• Van Community Centre
• Caerphilly Masonic Hall
• Castle Court Shopping Centre
• Gallagher Retail Park
• Morgan Jones Park
• Dafydd Williams Gardens
• Bedwas Leisure Centre

Transport links in Caerphilly

Homes for sale in Caerphilly are conveniently located to access the Welsh capital and other popular destinations. Explore some of the best transport link options below.

Road

The A469 runs from north to south, linking Caerphilly to the Heads of the Valleys Road and the Gabalfa Interchange. The A468 bypasses the town and connects it to the M4 motorway, leading east towards Newport and west towards Swansea.

Rail

New homes in Caerphilly enjoy proximity to three train stations – Caerphilly, Aber and Energlyn & Churchill Park. These stations lie on the Rhymney line to Cardiff, serving the Welsh capital, Swansea, Newport and Port Talbot.

Bus

Caerphilly benefits from an excellent bus network, with services stopping at the Caerphilly Interchange. Stagecoach, Harris Coaches and New Adventure Travel provide services in and around the area, including Cardiff, Blackwood, Pontypridd and Bargoed.

Nature to see in Caerphilly

Caerphilly boasts a fascinating history, unique cultural heritage and spectacular countryside nearby. Some must-visit nature spots include the following:

Morgan Jones Park. Next door to Caerphilly Castle, Morgan Jones Park promises sweeping views of stunning medieval architecture. There is a skate park and an aqua splash pad, perfect for an afternoon out with the kids.

Parc Cefn Onn. This Grade II listed park lies south of Caerphilly and provides access to the Caerphilly Mountain footpath network. It's rich in wildlife and has various types of trees.

Forest Farm Country Park. Formed in 1967, Forest Farm Country Park is a designated nature reserve, with Long Wood being a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The extensive footpath network will take you around the park through beautiful stretches of open woodland.

Bannau Brycheiniog National Park (Brecon Beacons). A little further afield, this national park has scenic walking and cycling trails and hosts various events throughout the year, including Brecon Jazz and Hay Festival.


If you want to relocate to Wales, homes in Caerphilly are hard to beat. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, they offer a slower pace of life and a relaxing atmosphere. Explore our developments in the area, including DWH @ Parc Fferm Wen, and discover our offers to help you move. Call our Sales Advisers to become a homeowner today.