In this article we thought we would study Cardiff to see what are the most expensive areas. Please see below for the top ten.
The average property price in Lisvane is £403,000 but has many homes costing greater than a million pounds. This is considered one of the most affluent areas in Cardiff, and also Wales as a whole.
The average cost of a property in Roath is £350,000. The area surrounds Roath Park with the picturesque lake within. The streets in this area are famed for being tree lined and having terraced houses.
To buy a property in Cyncoed will set you back on average £293,000. This suburb is close to the unused reservoir and also includes Cardiff Golf Course.
This area comes in at fourth on the list with an average house price of £273,000. It used to be separate to Cardiff but as it grew, became part of the city.
This location includes the main hospital and has an average property value of £270,000. It also includes a large heath as its name suggests. This area is also know as Saints Corner and has a lot of streets names after saints.
An average property in Radyr will cost £263,000. It also has its own golf course and borders the Long Wood Nature Reserve.
The CF159 postcode is split between these two areas. This seventh position location comes with an average price tag of £255,000.
This area is very close to the city centre and has an average property price of £253,000. It is considered a trendy area with lots of cafes and boutiques on the tree lined streets. It is bordered on 2 sides by parks with the river Taff flowing through them and is also very close to the Principality Stadium.
This area incorporates Long Wood Nature Reserve and has an average cost of property of £250,000
Finally in the top ten is Whitchurch with the average cost of a property setting you back £245,000. Before being built up with large houses, this used to be a tiny hamlet with a few cottages and farms scattered about.