20 Jun

Capital city living in modern and cosmopolitan Cardiff

Capital city living in modern and cosmopolitan Cardiff

Cardiff has developed magnificently in recent years, providing people with living standards one would expect of a capital city.

However, it still retains the charm of a small town, with friendly locals making investing in property for sale in Cardiff a viable option for those moving to Wales.

Regeneration in the city has ensured that the Welsh capital has moved into the modern day, while there is also a reminder of its industrial heritage which has made it what it is today.

The destination is currently thriving - new retail, property and commercial developments are either completed or in the planning stage, while its football team Cardiff City will be playing in the Premier League next season. This should ensure that the region benefits from tourism through increased attendances.

The Millennium Stadium is another showpiece venue in Cardiff, providing easy access to watching the country play football or rugby - there is nothing that quite matches the passion of Six Nations match day than here in the Welsh capital.

Based on the south coast of Wales, Cardiff is just 44 miles from Bristol via the M4 and is a similar distance away from the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park, while Newport is just ten minutes away on the train.

As you would expect from a capital city, there is plenty to see and do. Shopping is provided for in the two main retail areas of Queen Street and St Mary Street, while the Victorian Arcades strewn across the city are also well-worth a visit.

Mill Lane is home to plenty of lovely restaurants and the nightlife in Cardiff is buzzing thanks to Brewery Quarter and St Mary Street. There is a cosmopolitan feel to the city thanks to an influx of students and workers who have moved from around the UK.

When it comes to choosing a property, the Bay Area has developed markedly in recent times, while older Victorian housing can be seen in Pontcanna and Llandaff, alongside the nearby Roath, Canton and Grangetown.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801601873-ADNFCR

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