In the green valley of the Afon Llwyd between Cwmbran and Pontypool, Edlogan Wharf is beautifully positioned to enjoy the countryside and good transport links into town.
Named for the ancient Manor which once owned the land, and the restored industrial heritage of the popular Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, this is a fantastic place to live. Here Taylor Wimpey is creating a collection of superior new homes, with a specification to suit today's family lifestyles.
Edlogan Wharf is conveniently situated just over a mile and a half from the supermarkets, Bank and High Street shops in Pontnewydd, with a convenience store even closer to hand - just 12 minutes' walk. Just 5 minutes' drive away is Cwmbran Shopping Centre - the second largest in Wales - with supermarkets, Banks, Marks & Spencer and 170 other big-name shops and stores.
Families with young children will appreciate the good schools within a few minutes' drive.
The development is good for commuting connected by the modern A4042 trunk road, which passes close to Edlogan Wharf, so commuting to work is simple by road and rail.
Just a few miles from Newport, and just over an hour's drive from Cardiff, day trips and evenings out are never a problem, with the world class sport, arts and entertainments of the Welsh capital a constant attraction. St David's Hall in Cardiff is a state-of-the-art music venue, the castles and cathedrals of Newport and Cardiff are well worth a visit, and the gorgeous landscapes of the Brecon Beacons are on your doorstep.
Running past the village is the Afon Llwyd Trail, a 16-mile, traffic free passing through the Torfaen area, along the canal and a former railway line, passing through the valley communities and stunning landscapes. It's perfect for cycling and walking, and ideal for families.
Journey times and distances are approximate