In the Wales region, the average property price is £501,856 which represents a 4.33% annual change. The premium price threshold in Wales is £390,000, which means that the top 5% of sales in the region were above this figure. Over the last 12 months the average price per square foot has been around £274. The total value of sales over the past year has been £825 million with 25 sales at or over £1 million.
Apart from Wrexham, all areas within Wales have seen an increase in the average property price. The average price in Pembroke/Tenby increased by the greatest amount in the region at a staggering 22%, followed by Swansea with a 14% price increase, Newport and Neath increased by 7%, prices in Merthr Tydfill increased by 6%, the average house price increased by 5% in Cardiff and by 4% in Barry.
The highest premium threshold in the Wales is in Barry at £544,000, with Cardiff in second at £478,000.
Situated on the award-winning Gower coastline in Langland, with idyllic sea views and a peaceful location, is this extensive, contemporary home. Set over three floors with six double bedrooms and vast living space, the property welcomes family living with the additional enjoyment of an indoor swimming pool. The outdoor space offers a private lawn and patio area to the rear with bi-fold doors from the ground floor inviting outdoor living and entertaining.
Set in rural, mid-Wales is this farm property, comprising a Grade II Listed farmhouse, two converted barns, an extensive range of modern farm buildings and cira 246 acres of arable, pasture and woodland together with fishing rights on the River Vyrnwy, which runs through the land. Included with the property are two small, converted barns with living accommodation, ideal for family living or countryside holiday lets.
This most impressive Victorian Gentleman's residence was formerly home to the family of the world-renowned Laura Ashley. Currently part-way through a complete renovation, this enchanting Arts & Crafts styled property comprises four principle reception rooms, six bedroom suites and a second floor one-bedroom apartment. Externally, you will find lawned landscaped gardens, an extensive range of traditional farm buildings, a 13-acre pasture paddock and 33 acres of mature woodland with dramatic rock outcrops and waterfalls.
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