Established in 1974, Taylors Estate Agents have been successfully selling property for over 25 years. We offer the very best service and customer care from our local office network, whilst providing National Coverage through the Countrywide Estate Agency Group.
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We are a strong local company with 30 offices throughout Bristol, Wiltshire, Cardiff, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire, selling many quality homes ranging from flats to executive style properties.
Our highly trained sales staff are committed to providing an excellent service, ensuring that each stage of your property sell or purchase is as trouble free and smooth as possible. Choosing the right estate agent, who has extensive experience, could make all the difference.
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Pontprennau translating to 'the bridge of the trees' was once an area made up of several farms. It was designated in the 1970s for residential development, with the M4 Motorway Junction 30 developed for the purpose. It has expanded greatly since the early 1990s, driven primarily by private sector housing, and then corporate offices on Cardiff Gate.
Lying east-west along the foot of the hills of the South Wales valleys, with Caerphilly directly north, the area is defined by a series of hills, intersected by shallow valleys created by streams which feed as tributaries into the Rumney River. As Pontprennau lies to the east of the Rhymney River, it is therefore in the traditional county of Monmouth.
East Pontprennau, adjacent to the M4 motorway junction 30, is the commercial sector of the development, housing Cardiff Gate services, Cardiff Gate Business Park and Cardiff Gate Retail Park..
Central Pontprennau is mainly devoted to housing development. The northern edge and highest point in the community is where the community centre, the church and Pontprennau Medical Centre are located. At the bottom of the hill is the western edge, which has a small commercial area, with a large proportion of the land dedicated to industrial use now being converted to private sector housing. It also houses Pontprennau's only public house.
West Pontprennau is the newest of the three areas. It consists mainly of residential housing.