Parc Tyn Y Coed by Barratt Homes

Heol Cwrdy Sarn CF32 9NT

or call 02922 430120  Local call rate
Parc Tyn Y Coed by Barratt Homes, Heol Cwrdy
CF32 9NT


A fashionable range of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in the convenient location of Sarn in Bridgend -

Parc Tyn Coed, ideally situated in the semi-rural area of Sarn, offers a superb range of 3 & 4 bedroom houses for everyone from young professionals to families. This stylish housing range promises smart, modern living in a quiet, convenient location. Located just 2 minutes from j36/m4 and only minutes away from the Macarthur Glen shopping complex with cinemas, restaurants and Sainsburys, there are plenty of things to do. You could take a short walk over the river to the local shops, pack a picnic in the car and head for the coast at Ogmore and Southerndown, or go west to the beautiful Gower Coast, or you could hop on a bus and go shopping in the nation's capital city of Cardiff.

location, location, location

Parc Tyn y Coed, the one with the tempting mix of town and countryside

Buyers scouring the region for the perfect new home need look no further Parc Tyn y Coed, thanks to its impressive location in semi-rural sarn.

This popular development offers an exciting selection of three and four bedroom houses designed for a range of different lifestyles - from first time buyers to growing families. And its picturesque setting, with easy access to all local amenities, is being credited for the site's success.

Parc Tyn y Coed has so much to offer with its beautifully-designed new homes and perfect surroundings that we're not at all surprised by its sought-after status.

Anyone choosing to settle here can enjoy wonderful countryside right on the doorstep. And Sarn is just minutes away from the Ogmore River and miles of beautiful coastline.

Parc tyn y coed also has access to a range of shopping opportunities - including the popular Bridgend designer outlet. All other amenities are close by - and there are excellent transport links to both Swansea and Cardiff.

Owning a new home at this outstanding development is easier than many people might think. For first time buyers, we offer a range of shared equity deals.

And those looking to move up the property ladder to a spacious home here need not worry about having to sell their current property. We offer a 100 per cent part exchange scheme to make the process run as smoothly as possible.

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Leisure facilities

Things to see and do....
Good reasons for living at Parc Tyn y Coed


Located on the Glamorgan Heritage coast, Southerndown beach is a fantastic spot and popular with local surfers. It's got a large beach and huge cliffs to explore as well as gardens and a wooded area with picnic tables. You can walk up onto the site where Dunraven Castle used to be (it was demolished in 1963) and explore the large gardens which still remain. In keeping with other historical landmarks in the area, it's also got plenty of ghost stories to keep you on your toes if you choose to camp here.


Porthcawl is a town on the south coast of Wales in the County Borough of Bridgend. It is a holiday resort and home to a large static caravan park known as Trecco Bay. It has an extensive promenade and several beaches, two of which are Blue Flag beaches: a tourist-oriented beach at Trecco Bay at the east end of the town and a sandy beach at Rest Bay, which lies to the northwest of the town. There is also the quiet and sandy Pink Bay leading out towards Sker Point. There are many hotels and guest houses as well as a funfair called Coney Beach.


Ogmore-by-Sea is a seaside village in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. The beaches look out on Tusker Rock and have sand at low-tide and sharp rocks at high-tide. The River Ogmore estuary is flanked by Ogmore beach on one side and the dunes of Merthyr Mawr on the other. The rocky shoreline is well-known as a rock climbing location. It is an interesting place geologically with a variety of fossils clearly visible. Both Ogmore and Southerndown have a history of organised shipwrecking similar to tales from Cornwall.


This new leisure facility has been open since 2008 and features a 25m swimming pool with a teaching pool and dance studio. It also has a 'No Limits' fitness suite hosting the Techno-gym and Wellness System, a state of the art interactive and motivational tool which stores personalised gym workout programmes, giving feedback and guidance.

Local shopping


McArthur Glen Designer Outlet is a commercial retail park and outlet store development in Bridgend, Wales. Conveniently situated at Junction 36 of the M4 motorway between Cardiff and Swansea, it consists of around ninety different stores which offer discounts off brand and designer labels. An array of goods are available including clothes, toys, books and electrical products. It also boasts a range of amenities on site including a customer information desk, special needs services, coffee shops, a large food court, 9-screen multi-screen cinema, children's play area, tourist information centre and car parking.

Nearest schools:

  • Ogmore Comprehensive School - Secondary (0.2 miles) 
  • Archbishop Mcgrath Catholic School - Secondary (0.2 miles) 
  • Coleg Cymunedol Y Dderwen - Secondary (0.4 miles) 

Transport links

Parc Tyn y Coed offers stress-free commuting with quick links to Cardiff, Newport and Bridgend via the M4 motorway. Sarn Train Station is just under a mile from the development and the larger station of Tondu is just over a mile away. Cardiff International Airport can be reached in approximately 35 minutes. Just 5 minutes away Bridgend itself has a variety of local amenities including a supermarket, surgery, train station, playground, leisure centre with swimming pool and a large comprehensive and Catholic school. You'll also benefit from the close proximity of the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet centre.


Sarn in Bridgend is located between Swansea and Cardiff and offers direct access to Junction 36 of the M4. It is around 15 minutes’ walk from the McArthur Glen Group Bridgend Designer Outlet.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Sarn (0.3 miles)
National Train Station logo Tondu (0.6 miles)
National Train Station logo Wildmill (1.4 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements

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Opening hours

Open Daily 11- 6 / Sat 10 - 5 / Sun 11 - 6

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Tel: 02922 430120  Local call rate

Site plan

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Barratt Homes

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.

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