Don’t miss out – we are currently offering to pay your Stamp Duty (LTT)*
The last home of its kind in Phase 1, this superb first-floor apartment benefits from an exceptional private balcony. Enjoy a south-facing aspect with view of the beach from the living area.
Complete with 2 double bedrooms there is also a formal dining room which could be used as a third bedroom, a separate kitchen and living room. The home also has an en-suite to bedroom 1, a second bathroom, utility room and storage cupboard.
Plot 18 also benefits from lift access and two allocated parking spaces. Ready to move into now!
*Stamp Duty / Land Transaction Tax (LTT) Terms & Conditions: You must reserve your new home by December 2022. We will pay up to £21,750 towards your Land Transaction Tax (LTT). Speak to the sales team for full terms.
- Ready to move into
- Private balcony from living room
- Located within Grade II listed building
- Views over Rest Bay
- 2 double bedrooms
- Bedroom 1 with en-suite
- Lift access
- Two allocated parking spaces
Rest Bay beach
This Blue Flag-awarded beach is popular all year round; its sea conditions attract surfers and sports enthusiasts together with walkers and bathers
in the summer months.
Royal Porthcawl Golf Club
The prestigious club members-only club has been highly commended by golfing champions. The spectacular coastal setting of the course complements wide open skies providing sensational views.
Pink bay beach
A 15-minute walk from Rest Bay lies Pink Bay, a steep pebble bank down onto a flat beach edged by a rocky shoreline with a charming pink marble effect.
Kenfig National Nature Reserve
Kenfig National Nature Reserve is a hidden gem; designated as a Special Area of Conservation sand dunes surround a variety of fen orchids exuding fragrant yellow gorse flowers.
Porthcawl Harbour where you can find restaurants, cafes and the Porthcawl Lighthouse.
Harbour Bar & Kitchen
Harbour Bar & Kitchen offers a deluxe British food menu and classic cocktails and sea views.
The Grand Pavilion
The Grand Pavilion was opened in 1932built as a venue for civic functions and dances. The Grand Pavilion remains a focal point on
the Porthcawl seafront and hosts a wide variety of events.