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Buying a house in Gwynedd

Arguably one of the most beautiful and unspoilt regions of Wales, the north-western county of Gwynedd is a treat for visitors but an even greater joy for home movers.

Within its boundaries are much of Snowdonia National Park, pristine beaches and historic sites but also bustling market towns and picturesque villages with the promise of a quiet life.

Gwynedd population is 124,178 (2018).

How much does an average property cost in Gwynedd?

The average property price in Gwynedd is £200,335.

You can find the average price per property type below:

Property typeDetachedSemi-detached TerracedFlats/Maisonettes
Average price£298,460£205,493£153,089£117,377


April 2023 property price data sourced from the Land Registry.

Where are Gwynedd's best home-mover destinations?

One of the most picturesque towns in Wales is Caernarfon, a World Heritage Site thanks to the 13th-century castle that dominates the landscape.

Once a mediaeval walled town, today Caernarfon's narrow streets are bustling thanks to its redeveloped waterfront - the town is surrounded by the Menai Strait to the west and the River Seiont from the east.

Just north-east of Caernarfon is the university town of Bangor, which is also a popular shopping destination.

Out on the beautiful Llyn peninsula, you'll find the picturesque towns of Aberdaron - Wales' Land's End - Abersoch and Nefyn. On the west coast, look to the likes of Barmouth, Aberdyfi, Porthmadog and Portmeirion.

Which council has control of schooling in Gwynedd?

The local education authority is Gwynedd County Council. The website of Estyn, the education and training inspectorate for Wales, has more information on all schools and colleges in Gwynedd.

Did you know?

More people speak Welsh in Gwynedd than in any other part of Wales, with around 65 percent of the population fluent in their native language. The county is home to the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre on Nant Gwrtheryn on the Llyn peninsula.

The university town of Bangor has religious roots going back to the sixth century. The town's 15,000 population doubles during term time thanks to the influx of students.

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Towns and areas within this district include:

Aberdaron, Aberdovey, Abersoch, Arthog, Bala, Bangor, Barmouth, Beddgelert, Bethesda, Blaenau-Ffestiniog, Borth-Y-Gest, Caernarfon, Carmel, Criccieth, Dolgellau, Dyffryn-Ardudwy, Fairbourne, Felinheli, Garndolbenmaen, Harlech, Llanallgo, Llanbedr, Llanbedrgoch, Llanbedrog, Llanberis, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Llwyngwril, Menai-Bridge, Morfa-Nefyn, Nefyn, Penrhyndeudraeth, Porthmadog, Pwllheli, Snowdonia, Talsarnau, Talybont, Tywyn, Y-Felinheli

No Completion No Fee is our promise that in the unfortunate event that your property transaction falls-through you will not be liable for any of the conveyancer’s fixed legal fees for the work completed.

To secure this benefit a fee, already included in your quote, is taken upon on deciding to go ahead with your transaction.

Should your transaction fall through, for whatever reason, we can hold this amount on account for your next transaction or provide a refund.

Your Fixed Legal Fee** quote from Homeward Legal ensures that you pay no more than we have quoted you for and is based on the information you’ve provided to us being true and accurate.

There are specific circumstances on a minority of transactions that may require additional charges that could not be foreseen at the outset.

A list of those charges and explanations can be found here with details of the potential cost. These will only be charged following discussion with your conveyancer with a clear explanation of what they are for.