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Pentrosfa Leys - Phase 1

Description

45 stunning contemporary homes in Llandrindod Wells.

Located in the heart of mid Wales, the Victorian Spa town of Llandrindod Wells is ideally positioned to experience the natural beauty, wildlife, cultural heritage and outdoor activities that this part of Wales has to offer.

This contemporary new development at Pentrosfa Leys comprises a range of stylish 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes suitable for either single people, couples or growing families. Properties will be released in two phases. (PHASE ONE shown here).


All of the homes at Pentrosfa Leys are built to a very high specification including energy-efficient build features and a superior modern presentation. Externally, the development also features attractive landscaping and a communal amenity area while each property has a minimum of 2 parking spaces.

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Known as “Llandod” to the locals, Llandrindod Wells owes its origins to the spring water that were long recognised to have healing properties.

Although the Romans originally took advantage of the natural springs it was not until the boom period of the 19th Century that Victorian Britain was attracted to the area. The architecture of that time is still evident today – in the bandstand and several hotels – and the heritage celebrated every summer by a Victorian festival.

There are other more diverse attractions in the town today although natural health and wellness still play a part too and you can still try the waters at the Chalybeate Spring in the park. The traditional town crest also features “Hygieia”, Goddess of Health and reflects the quality of life that the local community are proud of.

There’s plenty of history on the doorstep, such as the majesty of the Elan Valley reservoirs in the “Lakeland of Wales” to the west of Llandrindod Wells, which were built to provide waters for the population of industrialised Birmingham. Find another way to marvel at history by following the brown “Penny Farthing” signs in the town which take you to the National Cycle Museum which houses hundreds of cycles in period settings from 1819 to the present day.

It is a very safe and family-friendly area with plenty of things on offer for an outdoor lifestyle. Often described as the backbone of Wales, the peaks and slopes of the Cambrian Mountains make for one of the most beautiful landscapes in Britain. This is something of a paradise for walkers – Offa’s Dyke Path, Wye Valley Walk and Glyndwr’s Way are among many others tracks and trails nearby. Pony trekkers and mountain bikers can often take advantage of similar routes in order to climb to great heights and admire the scenery. Wildlife lovers might look out for beauties such as the black grouse and the red kite which are often spotted here.

You’re also not far from several rivers, including the Wye and the Avon, so opportunities abound for fishing, swimming, boating, canoeing and exploring on water.