Househunters eyeing up a move to Cross Hands need to act fast, with fewer than 10 properties remaining on a new-build development in the village.

Persimmon Homes’ Maes y Parc scheme off Heol y Parc has been a huge success, with 123 new homes already snapped up.

There are now just eight homes left to be sold before builders leave the site to flourish for years to come.

Sharon Bouhali, sales and marketing director at Persimmon Homes West Wales, said: “Maes y Parc has been a hugely successful development for us.

“We launched the first phase of Maes y Parc four years ago and it is now home to more than 100 families.

“The clock is ticking for anyone who wants to be a part of this new community by purchasing one of the remaining three or four-bedroom homes.”

A new three-bedroom viewhome has now launched on site, giving househunters the chance to see exactly how their new abode could look.

There are some special offers available, too, including more than £11,000 off a Chatsworth property (now £149,995) with flooring and turf including.

The site is within easy walking distance of Maes yr Yrfa Comprehensive School and Ysgol Y Gwendraeth.

Persimmon’s Part Exchange scheme is available on the four-bedroom properties, where the housebuilder will organise the sale of a customer’s existing home from start to finish after two independent valuations.

Visit for more information, or call the team at Maes y Parc on 01269 500 578.