Look around the mansion for sale on one of Wales’ most expensive roads

Look around the mansion for sale on one of Wales’ most expensive roads

Hill House on the exclusive Druidstone Road There are a few roads in Wales that have such an exclusive address, in such a prime real estate spot, that rarely have properties for sale, that they become landmark locations.

From Benar Headland near Abersoch to the seafront at Tenby, from Westbourne Road in Penarth to Llandennis Road in Cyncoed, Cardiff – all these streets, and a handful more across Wales, have kudos attached to their address.

The size and style of house, the luxury features, the location in a posh suburb, a semi-rural position or an astounding sea view have all contributed to the nation’s top roads regularly appearing in lists of Wales’ most expensive roads to live on.

The rarity of opportunity to live on these remarkable roads pushes the sales price, as well as the kudos, to the limit, with one house on Benar Headland grabbing the title of Wales’ most expensive house sale in 2021. Find out more about that here.

Druidstone Road in Old St Mellons has always been seen by the residents of Cardiff who know about its existence as a very exclusive, leafy lane to call home.

Located on the eastern side of the capital, the road begins with huge million pound mansions before it morphs to a lane that then meanders from Old St Mellons out into the rolling countryside on the way to Rudry and Machen.

In 2015 Druidstone Road was named the most expensive road to live on in Wales, and regularly makes an appearance in the annual top ten.

Last year the road had just two sales, the most expensive sale in its history at £1,611,250 and also a coach house, that is part of the conversion of Druidstone Manor House into apartments and smaller homes, for £340,000. Residential road turns into rural lane (Image: Google maps) Countryside views from the front (Image: Google maps) Attractive welcome to the exclusive address (Image: Google maps) It’s not a surprise then that with most houses valued at over a million, whether they are on the market for sale or not, that this road has been dubbed for many years as Cardiff’s ‘Millionaires’ Row’.
Imagine how big the excitement then from the select band of potential buyers with a big budget, when they find out a house on Millionaires’ Row has just come on the market.

Called Hill House this property comes with a bag full of bonuses including rural views to the front and views to the Severn estuary and Somerset on the horizon from the back.

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