Welcome to Welsh Property

Based on the main thoroughfare through Gwaun Cae Gurwen, on the main Ammanford to Swansea route, we are ideally located to promote your property. Whether for sale, rent or for auction, we go well beyond the call of duty when it comes to customer service. For us, finding a buyer, placing a good tenant or achieving auction success is our life blood and we thrive on the fact we are available 24/7 if it means customer satisfaction.

Having recently teamed up with paul fosh auctions, Wales’ biggest property auctioneers, we are ideally placed to provide you with a free auction valuation on your property, whether private or commercial. With many sellers realising prices exceeding reserve, there is no need for you to be sitting on a property for longer than necessary.

Please call 01269 268770 if you would like any information or help.

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    Six Welsh buildings nominated for the 'Property Oscars'

    Six modern Welsh buildings, from a historic school to a cutting-edge holiday home, have been nominated for coveted awards known as “The Property Oscars”. A total of 48 buildings in Wales and the South West of England have been shortlisted for the annual awards, which are organised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. The awards recognise achievement in eight categories, including building conservation, community benefit, design and innovation, infrastructure, regeneration, residential, commercial and tourism. This year, a ninth category has been added to celebrate the project which has scored most highly overall. more

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    Welsh Couple fight to save 'Hobbit house' eco home from demolition

    It's the kind of eco-friendly des res that regularly features on shows like Grand Designs – but the couple who created it without permission could be forced to pull it down. Pembrokeshire County Council has issued a planning enforcement notice on the turf-roofed wooden roundhouse created by Charlie Hague and Megan Williams. The couple, both 25, built their eco-home on private land in Glandwr, north Pembrokeshire with help from family and friends. But the couple failed to seek the necessary planning consent and are now battling to save their home from demolition. The enforcement notice says the property is “harmful to the rural character ...more