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Thinking of moving to Cardiff? Whether you’re starting a family, planning an investment or beginning higher education, here is what Cardiff has to offer.

House Prices  🏠

  • Most expensive property: £1.2m, Longueville Court
  • Average house price in city: £206,757
  • Cheapest property: £39,950 studio apartment

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Cardiff is the largest city in Wales and also the capital. It is the base for many national cultural events along with sporting institutions, and the city is a huge tourist centre.

  • Cardiff and South Wales Valleys has a population of over 1.1 million people
  • The population is diverse, due to many foreign students in university, post war immigration, and trading connections
  • In 2001 Cardiff was the 21st biggest urban area.

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Education 🎓   

Environment  🌷

  • Cardiff is home to numerous landmark buildings including St David’s Hall, Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Castle
  • The city is home to more than 1,000 listed buildings
  • There are many walks, including Centenary Walk, which takes you over 2.3 miles, passing many historic buildings.

Trivia  🎬

Finally, did you know …

Cardiff has many hidden gems of facts including:

  • Being home to many famous people, including Griff Rhys Jones, Colin Jackson and Shirley Bassey
  • Being chosen as being one of the 10 best places from around the world to visit by National Geographic magazine
  • The first £1 million cheque in the world was signed in the coal exchange in Cardiff.