Reeds Rains Wrexham Local Area Guide

How is the Wrexham property market performing?

Reeds Rains for sale

Average property price in Wrexham

£207,553
+16.2%
Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Reeds Rains Wrexham covers.
Reeds Rains to let

Average rental price in Wrexham

£646
pcm
+6.6%
Last 12 months
+3.2%
Last 5 years
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Reeds Rains Wrexham in the last 12 months from today's date.

Wrexham is the largest town in North East Wales and enjoys a very privileged location.  Within twenty minutes travel you can take in the breath taking scenery of the Welsh hills, be fascinated by the Roman remains in Chester or view the rich historical past within Wrexham County Borough. Wrexham has retained a market town atmosphere and yet a short drive from Wrexham town centre you can find and enjoy a number of historical sites depicting the local way of life over hundreds of years. Add to this, there are excellent road links to North Wales, the North West and beyond and you can understand why Wrexham is a very popular place.  

The property market in Wrexham offers a great variety for purchasers.  Those properties situated in sought after villages such as Gresford, Marford, Holt and Erbistock tend to be sold very quickly regardless of any fluctuations within the market.  Additionally, properties situated close to the town centre generate lots of interest from investors due to Wrexham's extremely buoyant rental market.

Wrexham is a densely populated town with many people being attracted to the area by the local University or for work at Wrexham Industrial Estate, which is one of the largest industrial areas in the UK. 

Wrexham is notorious for its industrial history, the most famous being the Wrexham Lager Brewery.  Built in 1881, it was the first brewery in the United Kingdom to produce Lager beer.  Leather, iron, coal mining and steel industries have also been of great significance.

Home to three of the seven wonders of Wales, Wrexham is a beautiful town which offers so much diversity in terms of its history, culture, people and activities on offer. 

Wrexham is a popular residential area which offers a vast range of property types to cater for all tastes.  In contrast to the many unique period properties dotted throughout the borough, there are numerous new housing developments to choose from. 

Property here starts at about £75,000 and rises to £400,00+ which buys an impressive four bed detached of varying size and standard depending on area. 

The North of the town going towards Chester see the more prestigious examples, whilst great rural locations are found to both East and West, leaving the south of the town being heavily populated with the afore mentioned terraces.  

Among the most sought after addresses in Wrexham is Marford Hill LL12.  Lined predominantly with individually styled detached homes with views across the Cheshire plains, prices start in the region of £360,000 and rise to £800,000.

Wrexham has an extremely buoyant rental market with prices starting at £300 pcm for a one bedroom apartment, rising to £800 pcm for a two bedroomed apartment within a period property with stunning communal grounds.  Houses start from as little as £350 pcm for a one bedroomed house and rise to £2500 pcm depending on size, condition and location within the borough. 

Over the past decade, Wrexham has been one of the fastest growing retail centres in the UK with over 615,000 square feet of new shop floor space since 1999.  Majority of this has been dedicated to creating the new retail parks in and around the town centre such as Eagles Meadow and Island Green.  Wrexham offers shoppers big name retailers, together with independent shops and traditional markets.  For food lovers, there is a wide range of restaurants, cafes and dining establishments to choose from in and around the town centre.

Whatever your interest, you will find plenty of activities to keep you entertained in and around Wrexham.  For sports enthusiasts there is the local football club and a host of leisure centres; there are bars, clubs and musical evening for those who enjoy nightlife; and numerous places of interest for those who simply like to enjoy the scenery or appreciate the history of Wrexham.

Wrexham is fortunate to enjoy so much green space.  There are dedicated public open spaces within the town centre and many country parks within the borough, allowing everyone to appreciate the beauty of this region. 

Conveniently located on the Welsh/English border, Wrexham has good transport links to cities such as Chester, Manchester, Liverpool and beyond.