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Buying & Selling in Cardiff
Cardiff is the largest city in Wales with a population of over one million. Rated sixth on the National Geographic list of alternative cities to visit, it really is an underrated beauty and an exciting place to live. With numerous sporting stadiums and Wales’s BBC headquarters, it’s a familiar sight on television. In fact, due to its diversity and picturesque skyline, many of Britian’s best loved programs are filmed in the area, including Doctor Who, Casualty, Sherlock and Torchwood.
Penylan is known for its Edwardian and Victorian era housing. The area contains plenty of greenery due to its large parks and roads lined with trees. It’s considered the “happiest place to live in Cardiff.” The overall average property price is £288,000. Terraced properties sell for around £320,000 while flats average at £185,000.
Birchgrove contains predominantly terraced housing, small shops and modest-sized eateries. It’s quite a busy area due to its location next to the busy Heath. The overall average property price is £232,000. Terraced properties sell for around £256,000, semi-detached houses for £256,000 and flats for £130,000.
Canton is located near the civic centre. It has the highest density of native Welsh speakers with 19% of the population speaking the language fluently. The overall average property price is around £240,000. Terraced properties sell for around £251,000 and semi-detached houses for £370,000.
The Rhiwbina area was previously located within the parish of Whitchurch; however, it is now officially a district of its own. It is known for its twentieth century architecture. The overall average property price is around £255,000. Semi-detached houses sell for approximately £272,000, detached houses for £350,000 and flats for £133,000.
Heath was originally named, The Great Heath, due to the large woodland park that dominated the area – much of it still remains. The area was known for being predominantly middle-class; however, it now contains mainly affordable housing and shares the same average property price as the adjoined Birchgrove (£288,000).
Lisvane is located to the north of Cardiff city centre and is generally considered to be one of the wealthiest parts of the city due to its large density of properties worth over £1 million. Most of the houses are detached and fetch an average of around £410,000.
Located 7.5 miles away from Cardiff, Caerphilly is a commuter town between the Welsh capital and Newport. The overall average property price for the town is £157,000, which is between the neighboring village of Trethomas (£113,000) and Castle View (£160,000). Semi-detached properties market for around £143,00, terraced properties for £126,000 and detached houses for £224,000.
Cardiff Bay is a rapidly expanding area that’s known for its apartment blocks, waterfront eateries and cultural attractions. With plenty of tourist hotspots in the area, such as water parks, boat rides and the Doctor Who Museum, it can get quite busy during the summertime. The overall average flat price for the area is £158,000.
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