An exciting range of contemporary 1, 2 & 3 bed homes in a riverside location in Swansea
This exciting development in Swansea offers 1, 2 & 3 bedroom homes in this riverside environment just minutes from Swansea's bustling City Centre where all homes have parking courts, landscaped areas and river walks. Living near the coast and alongside a river offers many opportunities for a quality lifestyle but if you're looking for a little more, then Swansea City Centre is only a short drive away, or there is a park and ride bus station close to Copper Quarter with a regular bus service straight to the City Centre. city living has never been so good...
Location, Location, Location...
Location is a valuable commodity at successful Copper Quarter
Buyers seeking a brand new home in Swansea need look no further than Copper Quarter for the perfect location.
The much talked-about Barratt development is experiencing a growing demand for its impressive mix of one, two and three bedroom homes and a sought-after riverside setting - just minutes from the bustling City Centre is being credited for the development's popularity.
Copper Quarter has much to offer in terms of the beautifully-designed homes here but this wonderful location -alongside the river and close to all local amenities - is certainly proving hard to resist for buyers in the area.
For beach lovers, the magnificent coast of the Gower Peninsula is just 30 minutes away by car.
Copper Quarter offers a range of stylish and modern apartments - many with their own balconies and all homes at the development feature allocated parking.
Sports fans will be particularly interested to know that some of our striking new apartments overlook the liberty stadium. This is fantastic for those celebrating Swansea's newly-accomplished presence in the football premier league - as well as for followers of the successful Ospreys Rugby Club.
And securing a home at Copper Quarter is now easier than ever. First time buyers can take advantage of a number of shared equity deals - specifically designed to help them make their move into the property market. And, for those with a home to sell, Barratt offers a 100 per cent part exchange scheme to make the process of moving up to a new home at the development quick and easy.
Part exchange removes all the uncertainty associated with a move because Barratt is a guaranteed cash buyer. There is no chain, no last-minute price haggling and no hidden costs - and people can stay in their old property until their new home is ready.
Things to see and do
Good reasons for living at Copper Quarter
Swansea is ideally placed for a huge variety of activities, from water sports like surfing and sailing to horse riding and walking in the beautiful countryside. Whether you want to live life on the edge or just make the most of the stunning scenery in the area, you'll find plenty to entertain you in Swansea and Gower. There's everything from high adrenaline sports like kite surfing and flying to more relaxed golfing and fishing. It doesn't matter whether you're experienced or just starting out, you'll find that all levels are catered for, so do something different for a change! Here are just a few of the wonderful places worth visiting in Swansea:
With its unique blend of city, coast and countryside, Swansea Bay offers an unrivalled quality of life, alongside a growing economy and regeneration. Over half a million people from all walks of life already live and work within this diverse, colourful corner of Wales - located along the coast of South West Wales. Swansea Bay includes the regional capital of Swansea city itself; the UK's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the Gower Peninsula; Carmarthenshire - the 'Garden of Wales' and the Vales of Neath and Afan, known as 'Waterfall Country' renowned for both stunning waterfalls and world-class mountain biking trails.
Swansea Marina lies at the very heart of the city's redeveloped and award winning Maritime Quarter. It is ideally situated to enable you to enjoy some of the finest areas by boat and has been awarded a Blue Flag. It also holds the Yacht Harbour Association 5 Gold Anchors Award.
NATIONAL WATERFRONT MUSEUM
The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years. The Industrial Revolution in Wales had a tremendous effect on people, communities and lives as well as that of the rest of the World. Visitors can soak up the history with a breathtaking mix of old and new in the city's rapidly developing maritime quarter.
THE GOWER PENINSULA
The beaches of Swansea Bay, Mumbles and the Gower Peninsula are some of Great Britain's most stunning coastline. Swansea itself is centred on the five-mile sweep of Swansea Bay, while less than 15 minutes from the City is Gower, home to around 50 unspoilt beaches, coves and bays. Their variety is renowned - from the jaw-dropping vastness of Rhossili, to the tiny, secluded Pwll Du - the wild ponies and cockle-beds of Penclawdd, to the superlative views across Three Cliffs Bay.
The Liberty Stadium is a purpose-built sports stadium and conferencing venue in the Landore area of Swansea, Wales. The stadium is all-seated, with a capacity of 20,532 making it the largest purpose-built venue in Swansea and the third largest stadium in Wales after the Millennium Stadium and the Cardiff City Stadium. It is also the home of Swansea City and the Ospreys. As a result of Swansea City's promotion the stadium is the first Premier League ground in Wales.
The LC opened in March 2008 and has fast become Swansea's premier leisure complex. With a water-park which is the envy of most holiday destinations and incorporating the world's first deep water standing wave machine - the Boardrider - the largest health and fitness gym in Wales, the first interactive audio visual play zone structure, 30ft climbing wall, health spa, dance studios, various catering outlets and a large multi-purpose sports hall, it is no wonder that there was much anticipation surrounding the opening of the LC.
In the heart of the city shopping centre is Swansea market the largest indoor market in Wales - where you can sample the bounty of the land and sea - try the fresh cockles sold at the central stalls or welsh cakes hot off the griddle. Swansea's shopping experience is enhanced by the host of independent shops trading alongside high profile stores and with a massive redevelopment programme in the pipeline, retail therapy can only get bigger and better!
MORFA RETAIL PARK
Morfa Retail Park is located on the site of the old Morfa Stadium, situated c1.5 miles to the north east of Swansea city centre. The park benefits from excellent road communications being situated approximately 5 miles from the M4 and also forms part of a larger development comprising the Liberty Stadium. The Morfa Shopping Park was developed as an out-of-town shopping centre accessible from the A4067and includes the largest B&Q store in Wales.
SWANSEA CITY CENTRE
Swansea City Centre contains the main shopping, leisure and nightlife district in Swansea. Swansea Market, the Quadrant Shopping Centre and the St. David's Shopping Centre are all situated in the middle of the city centre. The Quadrant Centre is dominated by chain stores and includes an adjacent multi-storey car park.
Schools and education
Around 18,500 students currently call Swansea their home. Students are based either at Swansea University one of the best student experiences according to the Times Higher Education Supplement or at Swansea Metropolitan University the UK's newest university.
- Pentrechwyth Primary School (0.3 miles)
- St Illtyd's R.C. Primary (0.5 miles)
- Plasmarl Primary School (0.6 miles)
Copper Quarter is located approximately 10 minutes off the M4 motorway and has a bus park and ride at Landor Park immediately behind the development. Swansea Train Station is under 10 minutes away and Cardiff International Airport can be reached within the hour. There is always something to do, whether you are looking for a refreshing break, a family day out or a great culinary experience - it's all happening in Swansea. Whether you choose to savour the atmosphere by the seaside, in the city's vibrant cafe quarter or in a quiet countryside pub, Swansea has something for all tastes.
Commuters will find excellent transport links to nearby towns and cities with the M4 motorway just a short drive away.
Distances are straight line measurements
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Founded in 1958, Barratt is Britain's best-known housebuilder. We have sold over 300,000 new homes around the country and are leaders in design, urban regeneration, social housing and innovation.
We currently sell over 15,500 new homes a year and are building on developments from Aberdeen to Plymouth, helping to meet housing demand in towns, cities and rural areas. We build for all kinds of buyers, from first-time buyer apartments to family townhouses to luxury penthouses, plus homes for rent and shared ownership.
A commitment to innovation and continuous product development, coupled with the highest standards of design, construction, quality and customer service has earned Barratt every major industry award in recent years and we are currently ‘Housebuilder of the Year’ in both the prestigious What House? and Your New Home awards. Our site managers are also regular winners in the NHBC ‘Pride In The Job’ awards for quality workmanship.
Other developments from Barratt
- Crymlyn Grove - Crymlyn Parc, Skewen, Neath, SA10 6DG (2.9 miles)
Help to Buy : equity loan
Help to Buy is a Government scheme designed to help people buy a brand new home with a 5% deposit.
Through the scheme the Government provide an equity loan of 20% of the purchase price, the loan is interest free for the first 5 years.
- Equity loan 20%
- Mortgage 75%
- Deposit 5%
If you would like to read further details on the scheme visit our Help to Buy page