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Llanelli is the largest town in Carmarthenshire and sits on the stunning south coast of Wales. Living in Llanelli gives its residents the best of both worlds. The M4, accessed via the A4138, provides a direct route to London but it is also close to the Brecon Beacons and Pembrokeshire Coast national parks. Llanelli is currently in midst of extensive redevelopment following a decline in its traditional industries. Part of this project includes new housing developments and offices, as well as cultural and leisure facilities.
Britannia Robbins are located just 20-minutes away from Llanelli, in Swansea. They are one of the longest established moving and storage companies within south and west Wales and the family-run business can help their customers with removals and storage solutions.
Moving to Lanelli
The average property price in Llanelli is currently £129,789 but there are plenty of purchase and rental opportunities to suit a variety of budgets. If you are on the hunt for a flat, there are some fantastic modern blocks and new developments. If you want sea views, the apartments in Millennium Quay and Machynys are ideal and also offer easy access to the Millennium Coastal Park.
If you require town-centre living there are a multitude of period terraces, many offering excellent access to Lanelli train station. To rent, terraced homes start at £475 pcm, whereas potential buyers should have a budget of £55,000.
For families, the suburbs of Llanelli’s surrounding villages (such as Bryn and Bynea) present many semi-detached and detached homes. Family properties of this nature start at £70,000 and rise to £500,000 for luxury or period homes with four or more bedrooms. Rental properties of this nature are extremely hard to come by. But, keep your eye out, there are some stunning period and characters.
Transport Links Lanelli
The nearby M4 provides access to Swansea (30 mins), Cardiff (1 hour), Newport (1 hour 15 mins), Bristol (1 hour 45 mins), and London (3 hours 40 mins). If heading on the M4 westbound, you will meet the A48 which connects to Carmarthen and the A483 north to Llandeilo.
Llanelli and its collection of close-by villages are served by three train stations. In the town centre is Llanelli railway station with services to Cardiff Central, Swansea, Bristol and Carmarthen. To the west is Pembrey and Burry Port station and to the east is Bynea and Llandgennech station.
Just 25-minutes from Llanelli are Pembrey and Swansea airports which offer domestic and European flights, For international travel, Bristol and Cardiff airports offer a multitude of direct and indirect flights to countless worldwide destinations.