Why you should move to North Wales

PUBLISHED: 15:42 23 March 2012 | UPDATED: 12:10 28 February 2013

Why you should move to North Wales

Why you should move to North Wales

You could get used to views like this one in Llithfaen, near Nefyn, if you lived in North Wales

It is unsurprising so many people want to buy property in North Wales. Spectacular seafronts at places like Llandudno, quaint coastal towns like Conwy and Beaumaris and the lush, green countryside in the heart of Snowdonia are a strong lure for many home buyers.

Theres plenty to do too from taking a ride in a speedboat or scuba diving to walking in the countryside or along the coastline and sampling the areas lively restaurants.

When it comes to property you have the choice of everything from picture postcard stone cottages, contemporary apartments with stunning waterside views of vast homes in their own grounds. Due to all of this, property prices do tend to become a premium so you may need to act fast. There is still a chance of spotting a bargain though so be sure to keep in regular contact with the local agents.

Although a permanent move to North Wales may not be possible for some, buying a holiday home is an opportunity many Cheshire residents take. Deciding where to buy will be an enjoyable experience giving you and your family the perfect excuse to visit some of the areas beauty spots.

Theres plenty of choice on the type of homes available too from a static caravan or a luxury lodge to large traditional brick-built places to escape providing a home from home. The former are increasingly in vogue with many holiday parks now offering state-of-the-art services, furnishings and facilities.

There are also timber lodges - perfect for families - that also measure up to all the modern trappings of todays homes. These are normally a more budget conscious option but if you want to go for it there are plenty of ways to kit out these temporary homes to create a luxurious space.

One thing is for certain, North Wales is a beautiful place to set up home, whether it be permanently or for idyllic holidays.

The print version of this article appeared in the April 2012 issue of Cheshire Life

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