Bellway Homes - Greystone Meadows
Parkhurst Drive, Undy, NP26 3FW
Greystone Meadows is a development of new homes in Undy, offering an appealing semi-rural location with an easy commute to Newport, Cardiff and Bristol. These 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes are constructed in a variety of styles, to appeal to first time buyers, families and professionals working in the surrounding area. From £284,995 to £469,995Request details
Opening hoursMonday 10:00 - 17:00 Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00 Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00 Thursday 10:00 - 19:00 Friday 10:00 - 17:00 Saturday 11:00 - 17:00 Sunday 11:00 - 17:00
LeisureFamilies at Greystone Meadows can enjoy visits to Caldicot Castle, just a few miles away, which has been faithfully restored and is set within an extensive country park. Also nearby are Dewstow Gardens and Grottoes, which offer fascinating walks through landscaped gardens and underground tunnels that were buried after World War II and only recently rediscovered. Less than 15 minutes' drive from Undy, the five star Celtic Manor Resort provides three championship-standard golf courses, in addition to a golf academy and floodlit driving range. Having hosted the 2010 Ryder Cup, the resort continues to hold high-profile golf tournaments in addition to other events such as polo, motoring shows and music and dance performances; within the complex there are also two health clubs with gym equipment, fitness classes and swimming pools, and a spa. Newport provides a choice of entertainment in its city centre, including a museum and gallery, a multiplex cinema and a large theatre and arts centre, The Riverfront; also in the centre is Newport Stadium, the home ground of Newport City FC. Further afield, the southern edge of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty can be reached in approximately 20 minutes by car. Many scenic walking and cycling routes through the Wye Valley start from Chepstow, itself an historic market town with a stone-built castle, and racecourse that hosts the Welsh Grand National.
TransportAround two miles from Greystone Meadows is junction 23A of the M4, for Newport, Cardiff and the Prince of Wales Bridge for Bristol; this motorway also connects to the M48 for Chepstow. Newport city centre is less than a 25-minute car journey away. The nearest railway station to Undy is Severn Tunnel Junction, five minutes away by car, which provides direct services to destinations including Cardiff Central and Cheltenham Spa. A journey to London Paddington station (with changes) takes just over two hours. Bristol Airport, which offers domestic and international flights to dozens of destinations, is about 45 minutes' drive from the development.
EducationGreystone Meadows is situated near to several well-regarded schools. Undy Primary School and Magor CIW Primary School are about a mile away; Rogiet Primary School can be reached in five minutes by car. Older pupils are served by Caldicot School, three miles from Greystone Meadows. St John's-on-the-Hill, a private school for younger children up to age 13, can be found about 10 miles away in Chepstow. Rougemont School, less than 20 minutes away by car in Newport, provides an independent education for pupils aged 3-18. Those wishing to pursue further or higher education will find a range of apprenticeships and courses up to a degree level at Coleg Gwent, the nearest campus of which is on the outskirts of Newport city centre. University of South Wales has a campus in Newport, which can be reached in around 20 minutes by car from the development.
ShoppingThe nearby village of Magor provides a selection of amenities, including a small supermarket, local stores and traditional pubs, which serve food; these include The Golden Lion, an upmarket bar and restaurant with a classic British menu, in addition to an extensive vegan menu. Around 10 minutes away by car, the Celtic Manor Resort incorporates several upmarket dining choices, including a steakhouse, an international buffet and a pan-Asian restaurant with a cocktail lounge. Chepstow, less than 10 miles from Greystone Meadows, is renowned for the quality of its independent restaurants. Mint and Mustard provides a South Indian fine dining experience, while The Riverside Wine Bar occupies an enviable location beside the River Wye, and serves an extensive menu of tapas alongside fresh, Mediterranean-inspired seafood and meat dishes. Approximately 35 minutes' drive away, the major commercial hub of Bristol provides a choice of several shopping districts and indoor malls; Cabot Circus houses prominent retailers such as Harvey Nichols department store in addition to a host of upmarket and high street brands, whereas Gloucester Road and Stokes Croft are renowned for their array of independent shops. Bristol also boasts a reputation for its high standard of local restaurants, with a variety of fine dining eateries located in the city centre. These include Casamia, which holds a Michelin star and serves seasonal tasting menus, and Adelina Yard, a contemporary European restaurant offering dishes prepared with regionally-sourced ingredients. Other notable restaurants include The Ox, a stylish steakhouse located in the basement vaults of a former bank, and Lido, which overlooks a restored Victorian outdoor swimming pool and provides an assortment of Middle Eastern-inspired dishes cooked in the wood-fired oven.
Parkhurst Drive, Undy, NP26 3FW