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- FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS WITH FOUR EN-SUITES
- THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
- STUNNING KITCHEN/BREAKFAST/FAMILY ROOM
- DOUBLE GARAGE
- INTEGRATED SECURITY SYSTEM
- ACCOMMODATION EXTENDS TO APPROXIMATELY 2116 SQ FT
Opening the French windows on to the garden, the owners of the St Peter's Place homes can step out into the morning sunshine.
As they enjoy a quiet breakfast in the garden of their four-bedroom houses, they can relax and take pleasure in the xway of life their high quality new Pontardawe properties are able to offer them.
This is a private development of only 10 luxury homes, explained the developer. They are all spacious and beautifully-designed, executive homes.
And he added: Set around a private, landscaped square, these exclusive houses also offer the opportunity to live in a colourful, historic town, which is surrounded by some of Wales's most breathtaking, natural scenery.
St Peter's Place is a new development by St James Parade. Homes in the gated community have been carefully designed to a high specification.
Among the premium properties are two house styles, both named after picturesque, local beaches. The Langland has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, while the Caswell is a four-bedroom, three-bathroom home.
Both homes have a range of exclusive features fitted as standard, he said. The kitchens and bathrooms in particular have to be seen to be appreciated.
These are homes that appeal to young families and older couples alike, people who are attracted by the spacious and high specification design together with the relatively private setting.
The impressive Langland opens into a hall, which then fans out into the drawing room, dining room, study and kitchen. With its superb layout, entertaining is easy.
Guests will be able to flow through into the reception spaces when the new owners hold large parties. For more intimate gatherings, friends can enjoy each other's company around the table in the elegant dining room or relaxing in the comfortable drawing room, with its stylish feature fireplace.
The kitchen, which is open plan to the family area, and which also leads through into the dining room, could be superb for entertaining too, he said. This is very spacious and, like the drawing room, opens out on to the garden.
The top quality kitchen, with its granite work surfaces, integrated appliances and feature lighting, has also been designed with family life in mind. This is a space for people of all ages to gather together, cook, chat and unwind after a busy day.
Likewise, the bedrooms have been carefully thought-out with three being particularly generous. All of the rooms have en-suite bathrooms, ensuring everyone has their own space.
This layout is also ideal for anyone who wishes to welcome guests into their home or who perhaps has older relatives living with them, he said.
Features such as decorative coving, wooden fireplaces, chrome light switches and oak front doors, are found throughout the Langland, and in the Caswell as well. The Caswell is also a bright, contemporary home, where top class finishes have been selected to give a stylish appearance and modern appliances bring comfort and ease of living.
The kitchen/breakfast room, hall and drawing room all open out on to the garden. Light pours into rooms, particularly the drawing room, which is double aspect.
Upstairs, once again, there are four bedrooms and, with three en-suite bathrooms, guests can easily be accommodated.
These homes really are superior and will provide quality living to their new owners, he said. Nestling in the heart of the Swansea Valley, they are also ideally situated for those wishing to commute around South Wales or explore the extensive countryside and coastline on offer nearby.
This is a fantastic area in which to live for anyone who loves exploring the great outdoors.
Close to the south western edge of the Brecon Beacons, the locality is known as waterfall country - as nowhere else in Wales has such a richness and diversity of waterfalls within such a small region.
The deep gorges of the local rivers provide opportunities for magnificent sightseeing and are a major attraction for walkers and tourists. The abundant local natural environment features ancient woodlands, riverside and canal walks.
The River Tawe tumbles over boulders on its way down to Swansea and the Gower Peninsular.
The historic town of Pontardawe takes its name from the bridge that spanned the River Tawe (Pont-ar-Dawe), near the present day Pontardawe Inn.
Pontardawe developed around three waterways, the River Tawe, the Swansea Canal and the Upper Clydach River. The canal has been restored in recent times and a passenger carrying boat travels along it.
The development itself nestles between the Swansea Canal and the magnificent St Peter's Church, which was constructed in the British Gothic style and dominates the town and the surrounding area. The church's magnificent steeple stands 200ft tall and is a major landmark on the town's skyline.
The reception hall provides an impressive entrance with its galleried landing and abundance of light. There is an easy flow from the hall with direct access to all of the main rooms. Moving first to the drawing room you find an inviting space with a feature fireplace and a large bay that incorporates doors leading out to the rear garden. Ideal for formal entertaining, the spacious and bright dining room has three windows to the front of the house and a door that leads through to a stunning family kitchen. Luxuriously appointed, the working part of the kitchen comes with granite work surfaces and an abundance of built-in appliances, including a five-ring hob, oven, fridge freezer, dishwasher and microwave. There is also an option for a built-in 'Siemens' wine cooler. The opulent amount of space allows for a breakfast table or 'island', along with a sitting area which overlooks the garden, making this a truly wonderful place that all the family can enjoy. Additionally, there is an invaluable utility room and a cloakroom off the main hall that is fitted with exclusive designer sanitary ware.
The impressive galleried landing is filled with natural light coming through the large windows and doors that open to the front balcony. From here there is access to the four double bedrooms, all of which have their own en-suites. The master bedroom has 'his and her' wardrobes, along with a stunning en-suite bathroom that includes a walk-in shower and separate bath. All of the en-suites are fitted with exclusive designer sanitary ware and are complemented by modern tiling.
Setting the Scene
Homes at St Peter's Place are set around a landscaped square and enjoy attractive front gardens, paved driveways and private, grassed back gardens.
Doors from the houses will open out on to terraces and outdoor areas, where new owners will be able to enjoy al fresco dining.
The development itself is in a quiet location, close to both the canal and the attractive St Peter's Church.
The area is leafy, with mature trees bordering the development.
WITHIN EASY REACH
Nestling in the heart of the Swansea Valley, the St. Peter's Place development is located on the outskirts of Pontardawe. The amenities of its town centre and retail park are within 5 minutes of the properties and provide an excellent choice of shopping opportunities. There is also a selection of activities on offer to local residents and visitors alike. It boasts a modern leisure complex facility, with an indoor bowling green, playing fields, local parks with outdoor bowling greens, and a golf course. The arts centre offers an array of concerts and other events.
The city of Swansea is only 20 minutes drive from the development, which is five miles from junction 45 of the M4, and here there are major shopping centres and leisure facilities.
For those wishing to make the most of the surrounding countryside, the Gower Peninsula, Britain's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its magnificent coastline and beaches, is also within easy reach. Close to the southern edge of the Brecon Beacons, the local area is know as 'waterfall country' for nowhere else in Wales is there such a richness and diversity of waterfalls within such a small region. The deep gorges of the local rivers provide opportunities for magnificent sightseeing and are a major attraction for walkers and tourists. Further afield, the capital city of Cardiff can be reached in an hour, and there are good high speed rail links to London from both Cardiff (33 miles) and Swansea (8 miles). Cardiff airport is within an hours drive, approximately 31 miles away.
From the M4, Junction 45, take the fifth exit onto Ffordd Cwm Tawe. Proceed for approximately 4.5 miles (continuing over two roundabouts), and at the third roundabout take the second exit. Take the second exit on the following roundabout, past the retail park on the left and at the next roundabout take the second exit onto Swansea Road. Proceed over the traffic lights and take the fourth right into Thomas Street where the development can be found on the left.
For those with satellite navigation the post code is SA8 4HD.
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