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Interested in property in Wales? Contact William Grant

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Wales is a beautiful country, probably best known for its stunning coast line and mountainous national parks, Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast. House prices are extremely reasonable in most parts of Wales, making it an attractive proposition for people looking for the “Good Life”. Houses with land and smallholdings are readily available and more affordable than in some of the more expensive counties in England.

Cardiff is one of the main employment centres in Wales and is home to the Cardiff Millennium Stadium which has played host to many famous sporting events including the Olympics and the 6 Nations. Wales is also home to the National Velodrome in Newport.

Schools in Wales

Wales has a large range of independent schools including St Johns College, Cardiff, which is a school for boys and girls, aged 3-18. A Level results in 2015 were the highest in Wales with 78% of students passing with A/A* while 97% passed with B/A/A*. Further independent schools include Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls which is a school dedicated for girls aged 11-18. Within the last year 54% of the students achieved A* at their A Level results. Alternatively, Wales has a wide variance of state schools with Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron being ranked number 1. Further state schools in Wales which are highly regarded are Brynmawr Foundation School, Porthcawl Comprehensive and Ysgol Greenhill School.

Wales Key Towns


Aberystwyth is a historic market town. It is situated near the rivers Ystwyth as well as Rheidol. Aber, as it is informally known is home to a major Welsh university which has been established since 1872 and has a total of 10,400 students. The town is fairly isolated with major other towns and cities located in Carmarthen, Swansea and Cardiff. Aberystwyth is on the west coast of Wales and has superb seafront views which stretch from Constitution Hill, at the north end of the Promenade, to the arch of the harbour at the south.


Swansea is Wales’ Waterfront City. It is situated on a 5 mile stretch of Swansea Bay beach and is a wonderful place for exploring the best of the South West of Wales. Alternatively, Swansea’s city centre is a vibrant hub with over 200 shops as well as a wonderful market which houses all sorts of local delicacies. There are also world class museums, rolling hills and a medieval castle.


Cardiff is Wales’ Capital city and is the largest city within the country as well as the tenth largest city in the United Kingdom. It offers a wide variety of unique attractions including arts and live music festivals to the Millennium Stadium, which is the national stadium for the Wales national rugby team. As well as this Cardiff’s St David’s Centre was completed in 2009 at a cost of £675 million as part of Wales’ regeneration programme which has a whole host of popular shops and dining establishments.

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