Modern sustainable homes combined with open plan living, family friendly interiors and stunning views of the Snowdonia mountain range.
4 Bedroom Detached House Conwy From £285,000 / Help to Buy from £228,000
3 Bedroom Townhouse Caernarfon From £177,500 / Help to Buy from £142,000
3 Bedroom Townhouse Pembroke From £195,000 / Help to Buy from £156,000
2 Bedroom Townhouse Rhuddlan From £167,500 / Help to Buy from £134,000
3 Bedroom Detached House Newborough From £240,000 / Help to Buy from £192,000
3 Bedroom Townhouse Chirk From £187,500 / Help to Buy from £150,000
3 Bedroom Townhouse Penrhyn From £220,000 / Help to Buy from £176,000
Beech Developments is proud to present our first residential development in Caernarfon in the breathtaking county of Gwynedd. Positioned between coast and mountains, Cae'r Ysgol, Caernarfon, provides a combination of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom modern homes on an attractive landscaped development.
Covering over 800 square miles of natural beauty and unique scenery, Snowdonia National Park provides the perfect backdrop for Cae'r Ysgol. A vast fusion of mountains, lakes, rivers and forests, Snowdonia National Park provides an array of scenery and activities to suit all needs. The Wales Coast Path further delivers stunning scenery with views stretching over the Menai Straits towards the Island of Anglesey. Famous for Halen Môn Anglesey Sea Salt, Menai mussels and oysters, the Menai Strait is a marine Special Area of Conservation (SAC), rich in estuaries, lagoons and limestone reefs.
Caernarfon town centre is just a short walk from Cae'r Ysgol, dominated by the imposing medieval Caernarfon Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built by Edward I in the 1280s, the castle’s aim was to intimidate and impress both locals and visitors, and is still today one of Caernarfon’s main tourist attractions. The town, partially wrapped within the castle walls, is home to a number of delightful shops, cafes and restaurants, including one of the oldest inns in North Wales, the 16th Century The Black Boy Inn.
Caernarfon town centre is also home to the UK’s longest heritage railway, The Welsh Highland Railway. With 25 miles of picturesque scenery, from Caernarfon to Porthmadog, the heritage railway is one of the best ways to soak up much of the beauty that Gwynedd has to offer. A short stroll along the coastline from the castle is The Victoria Dock, the North West’s Premier Marine Destination is home to the Galeri Caernarfon, with local amenities only a short distance away.
For fun-filled family days out, the enchanting Gypsy Wood theme park and the family adventure GreenWood Forest Park are only a short car journey away from Cae'r Ysgol. Closer to home, The Beacon Climbing Centre and Redline Indoor Karting, both voted on TripAdvisor ‘Top Things to do in Caernarfon’, provide dynamic and fun activities for all ages. With both mountains and sea, Caernarfon is the ideal location for those seeking adventure and thrill both indoors and in the great outdoors.
Cae'r Ysgol is built on the former Ysgol yr Hendre site, now relocated less than 1 mile away. There are several primary and secondary schools located in Caernarfon, and nurseries for pre-school age children. Bangor University lies in the nearby city of Bangor. With a reputation for excellence, a commitment to sustainability, and an unrivalled university setting, Bangor University is the perfect choice for any student seeking further education.
Local bus routes can provide easy access to neighbouring towns and villages, as well as Bangor and distant towns such as Porthmadog, Conwy and Llandudno. The A487 trunk road links to the A55 Expressway, allowing easy access links to Holyhead, North Wales and the North West.
Whether you are a first time buyer or home mover, you can benefit from the Welsh Government’s Help to Buy scheme on all of our outstanding properties at Cae'r Ysgol.
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