Radyr is a vibrant semi-rural suburb of Cardiff set approximately 4 miles North West of Cardiff city centre. The village with a population of almost 6500 is situated in an enviable position along the edge of the River Taff with fantastic transport links including the M4 motorway and A470, train station, regular bus service and Taff Trail nearby. Well served with local amenities including a parade of shops, Italian restaurant, doctors and dentist surgeries, superb golf club, tennis and cricket clubs plus recreational fields and play areas. Two highly regarded primary and comprehensive schools plus numerous voluntary organisations.

This thriving area provides a mixture of traditional and new build properties with hugely successful developments such as Parc Radur, the Radyr Sidings and Radyr Garden. In amongst these popular developments is the Radyr woods which provides a nature reserve for wildlife, adjoining what was the historic railway sidings. In the distance sitting proudly in the hills is the historic 13th Century Castell Coch.