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Press release – new development in Cardiff Bay

Press release:

First Cardiff Pointe homes to be unveiled

Potential buyers will next week (July 4) be able to get their first look at the new homes being built as part of a £200m development on the edge of Cardiff Bay.

At a launch event at St David’s Hotel & Spa on July 4, the first properties to be released at Cardiff Pointe will be unveiled.

The development next to Cardiff Bay Yacht Club will create a new residential quarter and next week’s launch will see the first of 100 homes to be built on the site made available to buyers.

These will include one, two and three-bedroom apartments and four and five-bedroom family homes, all designed and built by developer Figurehead Homes.

Cardiff estate agents Allen & Harris has been appointed by Figurehead as sole agent for the new homes, and has already had interest in the properties from a number of potential buyers.

“This fantastic development overlooking Cardiff Bay is set to become a major landmark in the city,” says Andrew Symonds, Land & New Homes Partner at Allen & Harris.

“Early interest suggests that it is going to be tremendously popular so we are advising anyone interested in buying one of the new homes to get in touch with us as soon as possible to be among the first receive more details.”

As well as views over Cardiff Bay, Penarth Marina, the Bristol Channel and Somerset, Cardiff Pointe will provide easy access to the city centre and nearby road and rail links. 

Facilities on offer will include convenience shopping, bars, restaurants and coffee shops, and the existing and proposed facilities at the Cardiff International Sports Village.

Anyone interested in finding out more about the properties available at Cardiff Pointe should call 0845 340 3927 or email cardiffpointe@sequencehome.co.uk

More about the development can be found at www.cardiffpointe.co.uk

 

 

[Ed. do we need any more homes in Cardiff Bay?]

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