Estate Agent Treharris
A small town in the Taff Bargoed Valley in South Wales, Treharris has a welcoming community and charming villages, including Quakers Yard and Edwardsville. Treharris offers the best of both worlds for residents, with the quiet community feel of the town itself as well as the easy access to the hustle and bustle of Cardiff just 30 minutes away by car. Estate agents in Treharris state that this town is suitable for a variety of buyers and renters, from families and couples to professionals who want a quieter base for commuting to Cardiff. For more details on any of our properties, get in touch with our team today.
Find Your Place
There are several UNESCO World Heritage Sites close to Treharris, including Blaenavon Industrial Landscape north-east of the town. Treharris Park is also popular for cycling and dog walking and has a lovely calm atmosphere. Just a short drive from Treharris, there’s the Ynysangharad War Memorial Park which is located in the heart of Pontypridd and has a great programme of events for kids and adults alike to enjoy, from reptile shows and magicians to bands and celebrity chefs, all within a beautiful venue that’s fun to explore in itself.
Shopping and Entertainment
Treharris has several high street and local stores, including sportswear shops, antique stores and convenience stores. There’s a great selection of pubs and inns dotted around the town, including the Glantaff Inn, the Lord Nelson Inn and the Tylers Arms.
Treharris has a local football team and an amateur rugby league team, the Valley Cougars, who play their home games at the Treharris Rugby Club. There’s also the Welsh International Climbing Centre – a climbing and caving complex – which is built on the former Trelewis Drift Mine and forms part of the Millennium Park Complex.
Festivals and Events
The surrounding towns and villages of Treharris offer a mix of events throughout the year that cater to a wide range of interests, from music and comedy to food and drink, and family-friendly entertainment. There’s the Film + Food Fest in Cardiff, vintage festivals, classic motors and markets to enjoy, all on your doorstep.
Many of Treharris’ landmarks are centred around its rich coalmining and industrial past, such as the Taff Merthyr Colliery and Deep Navigation Colliery which has been redeveloped into a wildlife and leisure park. History enthusiasts will love exploring Llancaiach Fawr Manor which is a 16th century manor house where staff are dressed in period costume to bring history to life.
Families can choose between several schools in the area, including Treharris Nursery School, Edwardsville Primary and Trelewis Primary school. YGG Abercynon School and Llancaeach Junior School are also within easy reach of the town. For older teens, there’s the University of South Wales and Cardiff University, both of which are within easy reach of the town.
Properties in Treharris are reasonably priced and offer a cost-effective alternative for people who want access to Cardiff at a lower cost. From terraced properties and flats to larger detached homes that are ideal for families, there’s a mix of modern and mid-century homes that still retain period features. Treharris is less than 30 minutes drive from Cardiff, so it’s perfect for professionals looking to commute to the city, as well as for accessing the great entertainment and amenities that the city has to offer.