ESTATE AGENTS IN CARDIFF
At Nexa, we offer a wide range of properties throughout Cardiff and the surrounding area. We believe that Cardiff is one of the most incredible places to live, catering to students, professionals and families alike.
Find Your Place
As the capital of Wales and its largest city, Cardiff is the country’s financial hub and a central area for cultural and sporting institutes. It has it all, from history and entertainment to wildlife and nightlife. The city sits at the point where the River Taff meets the Severn Estuary and has grown to be one of the most cosmopolitan and energetic cities in the UK.
In addition to being a vibrant city, Cardiff also boasts some wonderful natural wonders close by. The Brecon Beacons mountain range and the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline are within easy reach of the city. Bute Park is a vast area of parkland which has some unique tree collections and play areas, while Pontcanna Fields and Llandaff Fields provide locals with a one-and-a-half green strip throughout the city. The Gower Peninsula is also an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Shopping and Entertainment
Cardiff is a fantastic destination for shopping, with St David’s Dewi Sant the major shopping centre here. The city has a wide variety of restaurants and bars, with a great nightlife owing to it being a university city. For more cultural pursuits, there is also the Wales Millennium Centre, where the Welsh National Opera and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama are based. Food fans have a great selection of options too, with a mix of gems in the city centre, in Canton to the west and Roath to the east.
Wales is renowned for its love of sport, so it’s no surprise that the city of Cardiff has some incredible sporting venues. These include the Millennium Stadium, SWALEC Stadium which is home of the Glamorgan County Cricket Club, Cardiff City Stadium where the city’s football team plays, and Cardiff Arms Park – home to the Cardiff Blues and Cardiff RFC rugby union teams.
Festivals and Events
From food and drink to arts and music, Cardiff has a festival to suit a wide range of tastes and interests. Cardiff Bay is transformed each year into a bustling beachfront festival with a funfair atmosphere. The city also hosts an incredible Pride weekend each year with live music, street performances and an inspiring parade. And for music fans, Swn Festival is an award-winning festival that’s based in the city centre and offers a weekend jam-packed with venue-hopping.
For history buffs, Cardiff Castle is one of the top historic attractions – it’s a medieval castle and Victorian mansion that’s popular for days out – while the Senedd is the National Assembly building that offers tours and exhibitions. The National Museum Cardiff is widely regarded as one of the best museums in Britain and boasts a wide variety of history and art.
Two of the city’s top schools are based in Cyncoed, one of the most sought-after areas – Cardiff High School and Lakeside Primary School. The city is also a popular choice for university students, with Cardiff University campus and residences based in this town too.
In addition to the popular area of Cyncoed, Lisvane and Thornhill are two of the most affluent and desirable locations in Cardiff. For buyers who want a quieter hub in the city, Llandaff provides a picturesque suburb filled with fine stone buildings and charming cafés. The area of Penylan has some celebrity residents and offers beautiful views over the city and Cardiff Bay. For those seeking a fashionable area, the tree-lined roads and Victorian terraced properties of Pontcanna are an appealing choice.
If you would like to learn more about our range of properties across Cardiff please contact our friendly and highly experienced team today. You can call us on 02920 130000 or email the team at email@example.com.