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ONTHEMARKET - ATLANTIC BUILDINGS, GLOUCESTER PLACE, MARITIME QUARTER, SWANSEA
ONTHEMARKET - RAMSEY ROAD, CLYDACH, SWANSEA.
Three bed home comprising a lounge/diner, a fitted kitchen with oven, a new bathroom suite, gas central heating and double glazing. Externally there is an enclosed garden with side access. Schools, shops with the village, and there are good road links to the ...
ONTHEMARKET - MARINA ATLANTIC BUILDING
ONTHEMARKET - GABRIEL LOFTS 70 ST HELENS AVENUE BRYNMILL SWANSEA
Student Property: £110PPPW Gabriel Lofts, 70 St Helens Avenue, Brynmill, Swansea. SA1 4NN, Rent: From £475 pcm - £625 pcm Bond: On application Admin Fee: £195, Launched at the start of 2019, Gabriel Lofts is set to become the place to live within the Student ...
ONTHEMARKET - PHOEBE ROAD, SWANSEA
PLEASE [use Contact Agent Button] FOR MORE DETAILS NEW 1 BEDROOM COPPER QUARTER, SWANSEAPerfect Pads are pleased to offer this Unfurnished 1 Bedroom 1st Floor Apartment located in Copper Quarter, close to Morfa Shopping Centre, The Liberty Stadium and 10 ...
ONTHEMARKET - INKERMAN STREET, ST. THOMAS
ONTHEMARKET - AURORA, TRAWLER ROAD, MARITIME QUARTER, SWANSEA
ONTHEMARKET - HANOVER STREET, SWANSEA
ONTHEMARKET - RHONDDA STREET, SWANSEA
ONTHEMARKET - CASTLE LOFTS, SWANSEA
Swansea is a coastal city in south-west Wales. It is on the man rail line to Cardiff which takes roughly 50 minutes and is linked further afield to the likes of Bristol and London. The M4 is a mere 6 miles away connecting Swansea to Cardiff, Bristol, and London by road too. For the marine travelers there is also a ferry to Cork available.
Stunning beaches and the Gower peninsula are a 15-minute drive away from Swansea boasting open moorland, rural landscape and coastal strips around Swansea Bay. Home to Swansea University the city has a growing student scene and with a population of 239 000 is the second most populated city in Wales after Cardiff. To accommodate these Swansea Jacks (people who live in Swansea) a huge array of commerce has sprouted offering Swansea a vibrant night scene, buzzing café culture, and the biggest indoor market in Wales. There is a huge range of shopping from artsy wares to designer boutiques to high street chains.
Regeneration has been rife with a huge development on the waterfront offering a range of apartments. Mumbles, Uplands, Gorseinon, Gowerton and St Thomas are all popular suburbs with Derwen Fawr, Sketty and Brynmill being the most popular with families. The average house price in Swansea is around 30 per cent lower than the England and Wales figure and ranges from large detacheds going for £580,000 to smaller flats on offer for £110 000.
The average rental value for 3 Bed Terraced House To Rent In Ramsey Road is currently £759, 49% lower than the national average value for all homes which is £1,480.
48% of the live rental properties are houses, however 52% of them are flats.
The standard deviation of rental prices for the results of this search is 623.
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