Wales property

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Wonderful Wales... what will you discover there?

Wales has a population of three million and counting rich history! More and more people are looking to relocate to Wales, especially those drawn to its picturesque scenery from busy UK cities. Wales is renowned for its incomparable scenery, the warmth of the people, and also by the superb properties available to buy there at competitive prices.

Going beyond the traditional

Property in Wales comes in a range of styles, designs and sizes and,of course, there are still many traditional flint cottages aplenty.

If that is what you are seeking as a new dream home, then you are sure to find the right one for you and your family in the pretty villages that seem to abound in this part of the UK.

But, as well as the many traditional cottages, farmhouses, converted barns and granaries, contemporary properties are springing up all over Wales - indeed there is something to suit all preferences and budgets. Spacious detached houses, smart townhouses and luxury apartments can all be purchased or rented.

In Welsh towns, many modern high-specification homes are designed to be in keeping with traditional Welsh building designs. Although Wales shares a close history with England, its housing designs can be markedly different. That's why, in your new property, you'll see touches of past and present.

Single people, couples and families have every chance of finding their ideal dwelling in Wales - a home that ticks all the boxes, feels like a whole new fresh start, and is literally only a (flint) stone's throw from places like the Snowdonia Mountains, the Brecon Beacons or the Pembrokeshire National Park!

Talking of places to go and things to see...

Attractions in Wales

Wales is blessed with national parks,and every year Snowdonia, the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokshire Coast National Park attract thousands of visitors. A trip to Wales should also include a trip to the impressive Millennium Stadium, home of the national football and rugby teams. The theatres in Cardiff, Swansea and Wrexham put on big name productions, and the cinemas show all the latest blockbuster films.

Finally, places to eat and drink across the country can range from decidedly traditional to unashamedly sumptuous and ultra-modern. There are countless cafes, restaurants, bars, pubs and clubs in the country, and the warm Welsh welcome extended to families enjoying a meal out is legendary.

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