Property for sale in Newport varies across the board; it is a popular area of South Wales that attracts both young professionals and families searching for good quality housing in an area that has seen a lot of regeneration in the past decade.
The city of Newport dates right back to the 12th> century and so you can find a mix of traditional and new-build houses for sale in Newport. Some areas feature large period family homes owned by those who have lived in the city for many years. A proportion of these have also been converted into flats featuring contemporary design décor that are now available for property investors to add to their portfolio. Other areas are much more modern, with a huge housing development built on the river front about ten years ago. These properties remain very popular with families, professionals and investors alike.
New housing developments and apartment blocks are regularly appearing and being purchased by those looking to gain a foothold in the local district. When the Friars Walk development was built and several large employers migrated their offices to Newport, this also boosted the Newport property market.
Being Wales’ third largest city, Newport offers city amenities, without the higher living and purchase costs of Cardiff and Swansea. It offers a more affordable alternative to some areas of South Wales although an increase in demand over the past 10 years has seen prices steadily rise.
Newport offers strong transport links into the city and trains go direct to Cardiff and Swansea, westbound and Bristol and London, eastbound. It remains a hotspot for those looking to buy or sell their property and with even more developments currently in the pipeline; the demand to buy property in Newport will only continue to grow.
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Amelia Way, Newport
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Lighthouse Park, St Brides.
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