A spectacular development split across two contemporary buildings.

Located adjacent to Cardiff Marina and within walking distance of Cardiff Bay and Penarth’s shops, cafés and train station, these highly specified properties benefit from a fantastic waterside setting.

They say there’s no place like home, and there’s certainly no place like Bayscape.

Wake up to the gentle sounds of the marina and the sun rising over the river. Relax on your own private balcony or terrace as you soak up the special ambience of waterside life. Wander past the marina for a stroll along the Bay Edge Walkway and then choose your spot for a coffee, lunch or dinner.

Every property enjoys a stunning view from this extraordinary development, choose to look across the idyllic marina, or dramatic far-reaching views to the city. Many properties at Whitewater House also look over the dynamic white water rafting course adjacent to Bayscape.

For those interested in boating, this prestigious marina offers 350 first class berths. Berthing packages are available for Bayscape residents.

The marina is owned and operated by The Marine & Property Group Ltd, a leading marine business in the UK, providing marina berthing, drystack facilities, boatyard services and commercial property for the benefit of boat owners. The Directors of The Marine & Property Group Ltd are also the principal shareholders of Bayscape Ltd. For more information visit www.themarinegroup.co.uk

Bayscape offers you the chance to live just minutes from the charming seaside town of Penarth, also known as ‘the garden by the sea’ and home to its own historic pier. Take a short stroll over the Pont Y Werin Bridge and find yourself spoilt for choice with places to eat and drink, from artisan cafés to fine dining restaurants like ‘Pier 64’ or ‘The Old Custom House’.

You won’t need to travel far to do your weekly shop, as there are several supermarkets to choose from. For a special treat you can stock up at Foxy’s Deli in Penarth, an independent retailer voted ‘the best Deli in Wales’ by Observer Food Monthly.

Living at Bayscape connects you to the Bay Edge Walkway, a stunning 10km circular path around Cardiff Bay. It provides you with an opportunity to walk or cycle and to get away from the cars and the hustle and bustle of the city. It links you to the restaurant quarter of Mermaid Quay so that a relaxing waterside walk or short cycle ride becomes part of the experience of eating out.

Bayscape is perfectly placed for participation sports and recreational fitness. From a 110-station gym and spa to an International size swimming pool on your doorstep, living here you have so many choices to be as active as you want to be.

There is something very special about Cardiff. It is vibrant and proud and delivers everything you want from a truly great city, while retaining its warmth and welcoming Welsh charm.

Visitors travel from far and wide for world class entertainment, sports, and of course the legendary shopping. Cardiff also attracts up to 90,000 commuters every day to work in this thriving city.

Recently named as one of the best shopping destinations in the UK, it has the perfect mix of designer brands and high street names inside an ultra-modern shopping centre, alongside pretty Victorian arcades packed with independent retailers. When you’ve had your fill of retail therapy there are plenty of cafés, restaurants and bars to appeal to every taste from a skinny latte, to Michelin Star cuisine.

There is no place like Cardiff on match day at the Principality Stadium. The national game of Rugby is played in the heart of the city and acknowledged as one of the best venues in the world. The atmosphere before and after a game is exhilarating!

There are plenty of other sports on offer including football, ice hockey and golf. Celtic Manor Resort, host to the Ryder Cup is approximately a 20-minute drive away.

Cardiff benefits from a host of cultural attractions, from Cardiff Castle to the National Museum, a prolific music scene and plenty of green space. It is also home to a prestigious university, recognised across the globe for its teaching excellence.

With so much to see and do, it is no surprise that Cardiff has the fastest growing population in the UK and is ranked alongside London and Edinburgh as one of the UK’s most compelling destinations.

Whether you choose to travel by bus, taxi, train or water taxi, there are plenty of options to get around the city quickly.

Cardiff is such a special place that you will probably never want to leave. However, for those times when you do, you’ll find that the local and international connections are outstanding. Via the main link road to Cardiff Bay, which is just moments away, Bayscape benefits from easy access to the M4, which connects Bristol, London, South West Wales and to the M5, which opens up Birmingham and the South West.

Cardiff Central is one of the UK’s major railway stations and connects over 12 million people to the Capital every year from cities including Bristol, London, Bath, Southampton and Birmingham. Bristol is just a 50-minute journey and you can be in London Paddington in two hours*.

For holidays and business trips, Cardiff International Airport offers over 50 flights to more than 900 destinations. Get there in approximately 10-minutes by rail, hop on a shuttle bus, or enjoy the convenience of driving (it’s only eight miles away).

  • Minutes drive to the A4232 and onward to the M4 and road network
  • 35 minutes drive to Cardiff International Airport
  • Approx 1hr to Bristol vai M4
  • National cycle network runs through the site and connects to the City centre and Bay Edge Walkway
  • Cogan station has frequent trains (every 15 minutes) to Cardiff Central and is minutes away
  • A regular bus services offers access to all corners of the city
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