The most expensive towns

The most expensive towns
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The average price of homes in most expensive towns in Wales include:

1. Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan - £416,007

Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan
Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan

2. Usk, Monmouthshire - £323,827

Google StreetView Usk
Usk

3. Monmouth, Monmouthshire - £299,128

David Hurst A view of Monmouth from The Kymin
A view of Monmouth from The Kymin

4. Crickhowell, Powys - £297,092

Ben Salter/Flickr A view of Crickhowell
A view of Crickhowell

5. Dinas Powys, Vale of Glamorgan- £293,829

Google Street View Millbrook Road in Dinas Powys
Millbrook Road in Dinas Powys

6. Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan - £292,233

Andrew James
Penarth

7. Newport, Pembrokeshire - £286,500

Ed Webster/Flickr Newport, Pembrokeshire
Newport, Pembrokeshire

8. Aberdovey, Gwynedd - £281,863

Kat Dodd/Flickr/Creative Commons
Aberdyfi

9. Marianglas, Isle of Anglesey - £269,581

Google StreetView Marianglas, Anglesey
Marianglas, Anglesey

10. Chepstow, Monmouthshire - £267,524

Old Wye Bridge, Chepstow, sent in by Grazyna Budzen
Old Wye Bridge, Chepstow, sent in by Grazyna Budzen

The priciest streets in Wales

Ty Gwyn Avenue, Cardiff.
  1. Ty-Gwyn Avenue, Cardiff CF23 - £1,080,519

  2. Primrose Hill, Cowbridge CF71 - £1,057,959

  3. Llys Helyg Drive, Llandudno LL30 - £1,007,089

  4. Walterston, Barry CF62 - £979,429

  5. Dinbren, Llangollen LL20 - £911,875

  6. Twyncyn, Dinas Powys CF64 - £911,412

  7. Cleddon, Monmouth NP25 - £893,348

  8. Benar Headland, Pwllheli LL53 - £876,193

  9. The Mount, Cardiff CF14 - £851,034

  10. Penhelyg Terrace, Aberdovey LL35 - £849,368

The estate agent's view

Ty Gwyn Avenue
Ty Gwyn Avenue


Ramzy Bancroft, Head of Sales at estate agent Jeffrey Ross, said: “It is not surprising Ty-Gwyn Avenue came out on top.

“The area is very affluent and people rarely move because it’s a good balance between being close to amenities, shops, schools, parks and links to main roads.

“Only residents would drive down there and a lot of the houses have been developed and extended.

“Only a handful of houses have been up for sale there in the past five or six years.

“Around six years ago they were sold at around £500,000 to £700,000 and now they would be more than that and, percentage-wise, most of them would be over a million.”

'It's a gorgeous road'


Helen Davies, Head of Sales at Moginie James added: “Ty-Gwyn Avenue is a gorgeous road and there are a few similar roads that run parallel to each other around there.

“It’s a very desirable area and it’s mainly families that live on that road.

“All the houses would have at least four bedrooms and they have big gardens.

“Every house is individual and it is very pretty and quiet there. It also falls in the Cardiff High catchment which adds to the value.”

According to Zoopla the most valuable street in Britain was Kensington Palace Gardens in London where the average house is worth an incredible £45.4 million.

The most valuable town in Britain was Virginia Water in Surrey where the average house is valued at a cool £1.29m by the property website.
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