South Wales has it all! The stunning coastline, popular with holidaymakers, is complemented by the magnificent Brecon Beacons mountains and the vibrant city of Cardiff which boasts one of Europe’s most exciting waterfront developments at Cardiff Bay with the Millennium Centre, Pierhead Building and the Senedd, home to the Welsh Assembly.
Excellent transport links with the M4, a fast train service from the Irish Ferry port of Fishguard to London and easy access to and from Cardiff Airport has ensured that South Wales is increasingly sought out by overseas visitors. This will be especially true later in 2014 when the world eagerly watched South Wales host the NATO Summit.
Property in South Wales comes in all shapes and sizes. There literally is something for everyone. Small terraced cottages in once industrial but now green valleys, family homes in leafy city centre suburbs such as Rhiwbina and imposing detached city houses with large gardens as found in Cyncoed are just some of the traditional housing available whilst on the coast and in Cardiff Bay especially, smart sophisticated apartments and penthouses have been built with stunning water views and on site facilities such as swimming pools and gymnasiums.
Marina developments have also expanded the range of housing stock in South Wales so modern houses, apartments and penthouses with views across the water are on offer are enticing a wealth of investors looking to expand their portfolios. The addition of the new BBC and ITV Studios located in Porth Teigr has also enhanced the profile of Cardiff Bay adding to its appeal.
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