Whitchurch Estate Agents
We know Whitchurch well. It’s where we put down roots in 2007. Three of our staff live locally and we even have our own resident Whitchurch expert. Myra has lived here all her life so there’s no-one better to get first-hand information about what’s what in Whitchurch.
Here’s our handy guide to all things Whitchurch from your local Whitchurch estate agents:
Whitchurch is perfect for families with young children looking for their next home. The Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian properties in areas like The Parade, Church Road, Heol Don, and Westbourne Crescent make ideal homes for that next move.
Anyone looking for something a little more modern will find properties at the higher end of the market on exclusive developments like Regents Gardens. Bishops Gate offers gated apartments right in the middle of the village and first timers will find apartments, houses and town houses at Whitworth Square, as well as the Samuels Crescent development at Whitchurch Rugby Club.
Whether you’re commuting to work, you need a bit of much-needed retail therapy in the centre of Cardiff, or you want to get further afield, Whitchurch is perfectly placed for you to get wherever you need to go. With the M4 and A470 nearby, plus Coryton, Llandaff North and Whitchurch train stations on your doorstep, you could be in the heart of the city or the middle of the countryside in minutes.
English speaking schools for the area include Whitchurch Primary, Coryton Primary and Whitchurch High, with two Welsh speaking schools available; Ysgol Gymraeg Melin Gruffydd and Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf. In their last Estyn reports all schools achieved at least grade 2 and Whitchurch High can boast rugby legend Sam Warburton, international footballer Gareth Bale and Olympic cyclist Geraint Thomas as former students. You’re also covered for childcare with Little Cherubs, Acorns and Si-Lwli nurseries in the local area.
Whitchurch offers vibrant village life with a strong sense of community. Whatever you might need, all it takes is a short walk from your front door and you’ll find it. Need some exercise? You can enjoy the gym and spa facilities of the Village Hotel, as well as the local tennis, bowls, rugby and football clubs. If you want somewhere to take the children, there’s the local library with the park behind it, as well as Caedelyn Park and Hailey Park nearby.
You’re covered when it comes to food and drink too with The Plough pub, Fino Lounge, Coffee #1 and Miss Jones’ Wine Bar, as well as other cafes, restaurants, and coffee shops. If you want to cook for yourself there’s the award winning Martin Player High Class Butchers, famous for having the UK’s best burgers! For your physical health there are local doctors, dentists and physiotherapists, and for your spiritual wellbeing six churches cover the area; St Teilo’s, St Mary’s, Ararat, Bethel, Whitchurch Methodist and the Tabernacle.
If you feel like keeping fit and stretching your legs a bit you can have a stroll along the canal, play a round of golf at Whitchurch Golf Club, take a bike ride along the Taff Trail to Castell Coch, go kayaking on the River Taff or even join nearby Llandaff Rowing Club.