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Property value gap in Wales is now PS933,958.

Byline: Claire Miller and Jessica Walford Reporters newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk

THE most and least expensive streets in South Wales have been revealed - with nearly PS1million difference between them.

The most expensive road in South Wales in 2017 was Cefn Coed Road in Cardiff, where the average price of a property was PS963,333, based on three sales.

Ystrad Road, Ystrad, was the least expensive road in south Wales in 2017, with an average price of PS29,375.

This is a difference of PS933,958, despite them being just over 20 miles apart.

The figures are based on data from the Land Registry, which lists the price paid for every residential property bought at market value which are then registered. The data includes buy to let sales, repossessions, and property bought through companies.

Llandaff Place, Cardiff was the second most expensive street in the area, with an average price of PS837,750, followed by St Michael's Road, Cardiff, with an average price of PS834,167.

Whitcliffe Drive, Penarth, was next, with an average price of PS799,167, followed by Victoria Road, Penarth, with an average price of PS740,028.

Eastgate in Cowbridge came sixth, with an average price of PS739,218 and Roger's Lane in Bridgend followed next, where the average price of a property is PS737,003.

Next was St Andrew's Road in Dinas Powys, with an average price of PS711,875. The Avenue in Cardiff took the next spot, with an average price of PS710,667.

On the other end of the scale, the second least expensive street after Ystrad Road was Ceridwen Street in Ferndale, where the average property cost PS34,498.

Next was Woodfield Terrace in Mountain Ash, with an average price of PS35,333, followed by William Street in Pentre, where the average price of a home was PS36,233.

East Road in Ferndale took the next spot, with an average price of PS38,885 and was followed by Gelligaled Road in Pentre where the average cost of a property was PS39,665.

The seventh least expensive street in south Wales was Strand Road, in Mountain Ash, with an average price of PS39,665, followed by Brynheulog in Treorchy, where the average price stood at PS40,500.

Next was Blaen Y Cwm Terrace, also in Treorchy, with an average price of PS41,125, and Long Row in Ferndale came 10th, with an average price of PS41,299.

The most expensive homes in Swansea are around the half a million pound mark.

Langland Court Road topped the most expensive street in Swansea, with an average price of PS533,125. It was followed by Southgate Road, which had an average price of PS526,667, followed by Langland Bay Road, where the average price was PS504,030.

At the other end of the scale, the least expensive street was Crythan Road in Neath, which had an average price of PS46,650.

It was followed by Henshaw Street in Port Talbot, where the average price was PS47,000; and Villiers Road in Port Talbot, which had an average price of PS47,333.

In North Wales, the most expensive street was Deganwy Quay in Conwy, which had an average price of PS695,000.

That was followed by Gannock Park, also in Conwy, with an average price of PS464,143, followed by Bryn Y Groes in Wrexham, with an average price of PS433,333.

The least expensive street in North Wales was Conway Road in Colwyn Bay, with an average price of PS45,000.

Grove Road, also in Colwyn Bay, was next, with an average price of PS46,500, followed by Greenfield Road in Colwyn Bay with an average price of PS48,625.

The least expensive street in England and Wales was Verdun Terrace in Ferryhill, Durham, where the average price was PS18,233.

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Date:Feb 26, 2018
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