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Merthyr Tydfil is a historic and striking area of Wales, nestled within easy reach of Cardiff and the Brecon Beacons. A portion of the county borough sits within the Brecon Beacons National Park, offering up stunning areas of natural beauty and the perfect location for outdoor pursuits. Merthyr Tydfil is a popular tourist hub for its ancient heritage, outdoor spaces and great transport links.

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NEXA South Wales | Estate Agent In Tydfil

Natural Attractions

Merthyr Tydfil boasts a virtually endless array of walking and hiking routes, particularly along the Taff Trail which connects Cardiff and the market town of Brecon. This route encapsulates several amazing areas, including the Penydarren Tramroad. Cyclists will love the BikePark Wales experience that is in the heart of the South Wales valleys and designed specifically for bikers of all experience levels. There’s also a wealth of nature trails along the Neuadd and Talybont roads, in addition to the Taf Fechan Nature Reserve.

Shopping and Entertainment

The town centre has a mix of high street names and local stores, as well as a monthly Farmers’ market which is held along the High Street. There’s also the Cyfarthfa Shopping Park which has a range of fashion, beauty, electronics and home stores, along with restaurants and cafés. Merthyr residents can also sample the many culinary delights available here, with cuisines to suit every taste and budget.


Estate agents in Merthyr Tydfil recommend this area for sports enthusiasts, as the town is well-known for its many active pursuits that residents can get involved with or support. Merthyr is particularly renowned for its boxing, both professional and amateur clubs, as well as having a local football team which competes in the Southern Football League. Merthyr RFC is the town’s local rugby union club, and there’s also a semi-professional League 1 rugby club – the South Wales Ironmen.

Festivals and Events

Merthyr has a thriving music scene and has a local festival – Merthyr Rising – which is a three-day event of local music held in Penderyn Square. Throughout the year, there are also regular food and comedy events, such as the Merthyr Comedy Festival and the Street Chilli Fiesta.

Historical Landmarks

As an historic area, Merthyr Tydfil has its fair share of great attractions and landmarks. The heritage Brecon Mountain Railway provides the perfect view of the dramatic landscape surrounding the area, while Cyfarthfa Castle is a mix of architecture, historic iron making and 19th century art and antiques. Joseph Parry’s Cottage, the birthplace of Wales’ best-known composer, was built in the 1820s and hosts exhibitions of Parry’s life and achievements, as well as giving a great insight into Merthyr Tydfil’s industrial history.


The town has several primary schools, including Caedraw Primary and Abercanaid Community School, as well as Afon Taf High School and Cyfarthfa High School for secondary school age students. From here, Cardiff University is just over a half-hour drive for families with older children.

Popular Areas

Merthyr Tydfil is a popular choice for its sense of community and scenic surroundings that make it a great choice for families looking to settle down. It is a quieter destination than the likes of Cardiff, but that’s part of its appeal for many people who want access to the bigger cities nearby but don’t want to live in amongst the hustle and bustle of a major city, offering the best of both worlds. Properties in Merthyr Tydfil span a varied mix of styles and sizes to suit all types of buyer, from modern three and four-bedroom detached homes that offer views over the valley to purpose-built flats in the centre of the town for convenient access to the nearby amenities.


Situated on Park Street, Treforest, NEXA South Wales is your expert local estate agency. Voted one of the Best Estate Agency Groups in the UK, we stand out from the crowd of traditional estate agents in South Wales and provide a personalised approach to property.

At the core of NEXA’s ethos is the rich rugby culture weaved through our business. We proudly boast renowned rugby names in our directorship such as the unforgettable regional star Rob Higgitt whose admirable career saw his position develop from Bristol’s defensive line to joining the Scarlets and landing the final try against his former club in their 2008 27-0 victory.

Previously trading as Rocket Residential, our established agency and team joined the NEXA Properties Group to further improve our customer service standards with the unique customer-centric NEXA business model. Since then, we have continued to grow and develop our team and modern, fun customer-centric brand allowing us to revolutionise the estate agency from within.

So, whether you’re looking to buy, sell, let, or invest in South Wales – we can help!

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