South wales, Swansea rated number one out of 52 place to place to love in 2021 by The New York Times.
Just behind in second place on Zoopla’s list of most popular towns and cities for house-hunters is Llanelli in Carmarthenshire. Following in third place is Leicester.
Rightmove have compiled the top 10 coastal locations with the largest five-year increase in average asking prices.
Figures indicate the average asking price in October 2020 and the five-year percentage change in comparison to October 2015:
1. Mumbles, Swansea, £344,832, 47%
If you’ve always fancied living beside the seaside and have decided that now is the time to move, we can reveal the top coastal hotspots right now.
New research from our data analysts has found that the scenic Welsh town of Mumbles is Britain’s top coastal price hotspot.
The IEP builds on last week’s rail investment announcement of further electrification on the Great Western Main Line between London Paddington and Swansea, and together the new trains and infrastructure will offer the potential for journey time savings of 15 minutes in Swansea to London