New homes in Llanelli
A large town in , Llanelli lies on the country’s coastline, where the River Loughor flows into the Bristol Channel. A picturesque part of , houses in Llanelli are less than 12 miles from , while capital is around an hour away by car.
From walks and bike rides along the Millennium Coastal Path to trips to the beach or Swiss Valley Reservoir, this area’s packed with natural attractions. Whether you want to be close to the heart of town or in a nearby spot like or , don’t miss our developments near Llanelli below.
Live the Llanelli life
Set your sights on a life on the south coast of Wales when you buy a new home in Llanelli, and look forward to long days exploring these epic landscapes. The natural beauty of the area doesn’t cost a penny to enjoy, but you could put the money you save with offers such as Movemaker towards something useful when you move.
Things to see and do in Llanelli
With the beautiful Carmarthen Bay right on your doorstep and ripe for enjoying sandy beaches, splashes in the sea and stunning coastal walks, you’ll also have natural spots like the Llanelli Wetland Centre, Swiss Valley Reservoir and Broughton Bay close by.
There’s plenty to keep you occupied in the heart of town too, including museums, skate parks and historic landmarks, as well as a couple of retail parks. Relax on the beach, hit the Hendy Nature Trail, set out along the Millennium Coastal Path and make the most of Sandy Water Park close to the town centre.
There are plenty of local schools which have been given a good write up by the Welsh education board, Estyn. They include Bigyn County Primary in the heart of town and Stebonheath County Primary, which is also quite central. Strong secondary options include Coedcae School on Trostre Road and Bryngwyn School in the north west of town.
Llanelli transport links
The town is served by the A4138 road, which runs north west towards the M4 motorway. You can use this to head east towards Neath and Bridgend, while Cardiff and Newport are around an hour away.
You can use the A484 to drive to Swansea in 20 minutes, while trains take a similar amount of time. Llanelli’s station isn’t far from the waterfront, while there are also local buses you can use to get around.
The Llanelli property scene
Although Llanelli has a growing property market which has seen substantial growth over recent years, the average house price is still well below the average in Wales. This means you can get a lot of house for your money, which could also serve as an excellent investment in the future.
Whether you want to be in the heart of town or you’d rather be in nearby Loughor where you can find lovely 3 and 4 bedroom homes with great access to both Llanelli and Swansea, make sure you get the best deal possible on your next move with initiatives such as our Part Exchange offer.