ABOUT 75 per cent of new homes at a development in St Asaph have now been sold, with about half of them occupied.

Castle Green Homes began work on site at Maes yr Haul on Upper Denbigh Road in the summer of 2022. Homes were initially released for sale off plan and the first residents began moving in the following spring.

The homebuilder expects work to continue at the site for another 12 months.

Sian Pitt, sales director, said: “It’s almost a year since we welcomed the first residents to Maes yr Haul and around half of the 130 private sale properties are now occupied.

"At the start of 2024 we’d sold more than 80 homes and we’ve achieved a steady sales rate during the year to date.

"We’ve now sold a total of 95 properties here – that’s almost three quarters of the development. Buyers are showing keen interest in the remaining homes and in some cases have already identified exactly which property they want to buy and are simply waiting for it to be released for sale in line with our build programme.

“Most of the homes currently available will be build complete in the summer, but one lucky buyer could move much sooner as we have a four-bedroom Wiltshire that’s ready and waiting."

Denbighshire Free Press: The Wiltshire is at plot 33The Wiltshire is at plot 33 (Image: Castle Green Homes)
The Wiltshire is at plot 33. It is priced from £442,995.


Maes yr Haul translates as 'Fields of Sun'. 

Across the development, Castle Green is building two, three and four-bedroom homes. Prices start from £191,995 for a two-bedroom Oakley style property.

Homes priced under £300,000 are eligible to be purchased using Help to Buy – Wales. The Government backed scheme offers the chance to secure a new home with a five per cent deposit and 75 per cent mortgage, with the remaining 20 per cent covered by an equity loan, which is interest free for five years.

Show homes at Maes yr Haul are open daily from 10am to 5pm.