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Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 1UL

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Estate & Letting Agents In Caernarfon

Williams & Goodwin cover Gwynedd including Caernarfon, Llanrug, Groeslon, Pen Y Groes, Carmel, Dinas and surrounding areas in Gwynedd. Handling the sales and lettings of all types of properties throughout the historic, Caernarfon area. Whether you are looking for your next buy-to-let property or looking for a home to rent – we can guide you to the property service you need. Read more about the area below.

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Meet Our Caernarfon Estate & Letting Agents

Looking for a home in the Caernarfon area? If so, don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team – we will answer your questions whether you’re looking to buy, sell, let or rent.

Tim Goodwin

Tim Goodwin

Sam Whitehead

Sam Whitehead

Emily Jacobs

Emily Jacobs

Address:

313 High Street, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 1UL

Telephone:

01248 355 333

Email:

bangor@tppuk.com

Opening Hours:

Weekdays: 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 9am - 4pm
Sunday: Closed

More About Caernarfon

Caernarfon is situated on the southern bank of the Menai Strait facing the Isle of Anglesey. It is situated 8.6 miles south-west of Bangor, 19.4 miles north of Porthmadog and approximately 8.0 miles west of Llanberis and Snowdonia National Park

Caernarfon’s historical prominence and landmarks have made it a major tourist centre.  As a result, many of the local businesses cater for the tourist trade. Caernarfon has numerous guest houses, inns and pubs, hotels, restaurants and shops. The majority of shops in the town are located either in the centre of town around Pool Street and Castle Square (Y Maes), or on Doc Fictoria (Victoria Dock). A number of shops are also located within the Town Walls.  Our home in Caernarfon is located along Bangor Street opposite the famous butchers and Carlton bakery.

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Caernarfon showcases a blend of traditional and modern properties. You’ll find charming Victorian and Edwardian terraced houses lining its streets, alongside more contemporary detached and semi-detached homes. The town also boasts unique character properties, including converted barns and chapels, along with waterfront apartments offering picturesque harbour views.
Currently, a number of development projects are underway to further revitalize Caernarfon. These include the regeneration of the waterfront area, providing new residential and commercial spaces, and improvements to public spaces to enhance the overall appeal of the town.

The average sold property price in Caernarfon over the past year sits around £230,000. Property values in Caernarfon have seen steady growth over the last few years, with 12% increase in property prices since 2019.

Caernarfon, a historic town in Wales, offers plenty of interesting and activities to explore. The famous Castle and World Heritage Site is a must-see with its medieval design and impressive walls. You can also visit the Seiont River to admire the beautiful scenery or explore the vibrant markets. The town also boasts a number of museums, such as the National Slate Museum and the Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum, as well as many other unique attractions.

Caernarfon boasts numerous museums, galleries, and other attractions as well as a wide range of shops and restaurants. For those looking for something more active, there is also plenty of green space for running and cycling as well as activities such as paddle boarding, kayaking, and rock climbing. On top of this, there are a number of supermarkets for your everyday needs, as well as plenty of independent shops to explore.

The A487 passes directly through Caernarfon, with Bangor to the north and Porthmadog to the south.  In 2022 a new bypass opened – passing the town and Bontnewydd.  As the crow flies, the summit of Snowdon lies a little over 9.6 miles to the southeast of the town centre. Caernarfon offers a good mix of public transport options alongside excellent road links, making it a well-connected place to call home. Here’s a breakdown of how you can get around:

  • Car & Road: Caernarfon sits close to the A487 and the North Wales Expressway (A55), making it easy to get around by car. You can reach nearby Bangor in 19 mins, and Holyhead in Anglesey, and Porthmadog, in around 30 mins
  • Bus: Regular bus services connect Caernarfon to nearby towns and villages. You can find timetables online or at the local bus station.
  • Train: The nearby station in Bangor offers connections to various destinations across Wales and England.
  • Cycling: The scenic landscapes around Caernarfon make it a great place for cycling. There are also dedicated cycle paths in the area.
  • Walking: Caernarfon is a compact and walkable town, with most amenities within easy reach.
  • Nearest Airport: The nearest airport to Caernarfon is Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL), which is approximately 60 miles away. However, Manchester Airport (MAN) may also be a good option, depending on your route and flight availability.

Local people speak both Welsh and English and readily slip from one to the other. Over 80% of the local population speak Welsh in Caernarfon, making it a cultural hub which is only enhanced by the various cultural artefacts there. Caernarfon also has the prestigious distinction of featuring the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Caernarfon Castle. This magnificent medieval fortress built by Edward I not only represents a significant piece of history but also attracts tourism that enhances the town’s economy and cultural vibrancy. Caernarfon Castle’s striking architecture and historical events hosted within its walls add a truly special, timeless quality to the town’s character.

 

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