With award winning beaches and stunning countryside, it’s not hard to see why Swansea is desirable to potential home owners.
While the average house price in the city currently stands at just below £180,000, there are plenty up for grabs on the other end of the spectrum with some even reaching seven figures.
According to property website Zoopla, the most expensive street in Swansea can be found in Southgate where the average home is valued at £849,365.
Here’s a list of the most expensive street in Swansea.
West Cliff, in Southgate, is the most expensive street in the city (Image: Google Maps)
With Three Cliffs Bay practically on your doorstep, the average value of a property at West Cliff is around £849,365.
Many of the homes boast stunning sea views, as well as across the picturesque Pennard cliffs.
The most expensive property on the stretch of road is estimated to be worth up to £1.1 million.
2. The Bryn, Derwen Fawr
Average property value: £784,393
Close to both Sketty and Killay, the bending road of The Bryn has an average property value of £784,393.
A five-bedroom detached home is currently on the market at £850,000 and comes with an indoor swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi.
The most expensive property at The Bryn is estimated to be worth up to £955,000.
Call Dawsons Sketty on 01792 925003 for more information.
Average property value: £778,890
Properties average at around £778,890 in the Gower village of Nicholaston.
With plenty of detached homes surrounded by open fields, many residents can enjoy views of the countryside and nearby Oxwich Bay.
According to Zoopla, the most valuable property in the area is thought to be worth up to £2 million.
4. Mary Twill Lane, Langland
Average property value: £765,624
If you’re looking to buy in Mary Twill Lane, the average cost of a home would set you back around £765,624.
The majority of homes are detached, with some even having gated access, and are just a short walk to popular Langland Bay.
The most expensive property on the street is estimated to be worth up to £1.65 million.
5. Beaufort Avenue, Mumbles
Average property value: £749,761
The average value of a property on the horseshoe stretch of road currently stands at £749,761.
The plush detached houses all come with large gardens, some of which have swimming pools, and are within walking distance of nearby Mumbles.
Many of the homes benefit from stunning views across Langland Bay, with the most expensive property estimated to be worth £1.12 million.
6. Bendrick Drive, Southgate
Average property value: £723,180
Right next door to Pennard Golf Club, the average cost of a home in Bendrick Drive is £723,180.
The properties on the small stretch of road are detached and have gated entrances.
Towards the bottom of the road lies a secluded five-bedroom house which private access from the bottom of the garden to a footpath leading directly to Pobbles beach.
With a price tag of £2.65 million, it is the most expensive property on the street, and sits on almost three acres of land.
Call estate agents Fine & Country on 01792 367301 to find out more.
Average property value: £709,529
Neighbouring Nicholaston is Penmaen where the average property value currently stands at £709,529.
Large detached homes are scattered throughout the village and are just a short walk from both Three Cliffs Bay and Tor Bay.
The last property in the area was sold for £578,100 in January this year.
While the most expensive one comes with an estimated price tag of £2.04 million.
8. Hillgrove, Caswell
Average property value: £698,818
Situated directly inbetween Caswell Bay and Langland Bay, the average property value in Hillgrove is £698,818.
The last home to be sold on the road was priced at £545,000 in June 2017.
Many of the large homes come with spacious gardens, some of which have outdoor swimming pools.
The most expensive property is estimated to be worth £985,000.
9. East Cliff, Pennard
Average property value: £698,791
Just a stone’s throw away from the most expensive street in Swansea, the average cost of a home in East Cliff is £698,791.
Much like West Cliff, the homes offer undisturbed sea views and have direct access to Pennard Cliffs.
In January this year, one house was sold for £905,000.
While the most expensive is estimated to be worth up to £1.3 million.
10. Brynfield Road, Langland
Average property value: £643,850
With Langland Bay at the end of the road, the average value of homes in Brynfield Road currently stands at £643,850.