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Schooner Wharf is a prestigious development of 85, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments situated on the waterfront at Atlantic Wharf. The apartments lie mid way between the City and the Bay with easy access to the City where the amenities are plentiful via the new Smart bridge.
It is also just a short stroll to the business centre at Callaghan Square and the wide range of entertainment and employment opportunities available in Cardiff Bay.
Call in now to view our stunning new show apartment, open Wednesday to Saturday, 11am – 4pm. Interest is high and with over 70% sold and prices from £235,000, the apartments are selling fast.
If you cannot call into our show apartment or marketing suite, use the contact form below to register an interest and your details will be passed to our sales management team at New Homes Agency, who will contact you as soon as possible.
Schooner Wharf is located just minutes away from the city centre. By day, Cardiff offers all the entertainment you’d expect from a capital. Superb shopping, all of the major high street brands in St David’s – Dewi Sant’s, the Capitol Shopping Centre, the Hayes and Queen Street. You can also discover a diverse range of cafés and fine eateries such as Carluccio’s and Jamie’s Italian. By night Cardiff truly transforms into a youthful vibrant capital, with an extensive list of restaurants, nightclubs, bars, cinemas and live music venues.
An equally short walk from Schooner Wharf takes you to Cardiff Bay. Here, Mermaid Quay offers another huge range of cafés, restaurants and brasseries. In the summertime you can dine out on one of the many terraces with stunning views over Cardiff Bay. Make your way to the Quay Comedy Club for a night’s entertainment or take in the latest block buster at one of the many screens at the Red Dragon Centre.