Swansea is the principle City and urban settlement of west Wales, and is the second largest city in Wales with a City population of some 240,000 and urban area of 460,000.
Swansea is a coastal city and large port, today mainly leisure, and the city is laid out along the shores of Swansea Bay at the mouth of the River Tawe which runs through the city centre. To the north Swansea is bounded by the M4 junctions 42 through to 47 with the A48 being the main through road. To the west Swansea extends towards Mumbles and the Gower Peninsula, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Swansea’s border along the M4 corridor has been the location of a number of new office and business parks as well as new housing developments.
The property is located in the area of Llansamlet which lies about 5 miles north of the city centre, alongside J44 of the M4 at its junction with the A48, and benefitting from Llansamlet Railway Station and park and ride with rail services into Swansea and to Cardiff. The area is predominantly residential, and Frederick Place is approached off the main A48 and Bethel Road, close to the rail station.