Lanyons Estate & Letting Agents in Porth
36 Hannah Street, Porth, CF39 9RB
Fax: 01443 687456
Monday – Friday 9am to 5.15 pm
Saturday- 9am to 3pm
About Lanyons Estate & Agents in Porth
Lanyons Estate Agents have been operating in the main Town Centre in Porth in our current trading location for over 40 years. The Railway Station is within immediate walking distance as are all the main public transport links. We have an excellent window display frontage to our premises that offers your property excellent exposure.
We sell a range of properties from residential terraces to residential executive detached homes, commercial premises and land in the Trehafod, Porth, Llwyncelyn, Glynfach, Cymmer, Trebanog, Mount Pleasant, Ynyshir, Wattstown, Trealaw, Penygraig, Clydach, Tonypandy, Tonyrefail and Gilfach Goch areas.
Porth is a Town in the County of Rhondda Cynon Taff and is regarded as the Gateway to the Rhondda Valleys.
The Town of Porth grew during the industrial revolution and even though the coal mines in the area have long since closed they remain a big part of its heritage. Much of the history of the Rhondda is displayed at the Rhondda Heritage Park, Trehafod, Porth, where you can go on an underground experience tour to get an understanding of what the mines were all about and how they formed life in the Valleys historically.
Today the main hub of Porth is centred around the main Shopping Centre in Hannah Street where our office is based. Porth offers a range of traditional High Street businesses from Estate Agents, specialist home& furnishing shops, Gift Shops, hair and beauty parlours, boutiques, newsagents and much more. The town is also home to The Pop Factory which opened in 2000 and has brought many famous faces to the Town including Tom Jones, Cerys Matthews & Kelly Jones. The Pop Factory is both a television and recording studio. There are around 6000 people living in Porth and its surrounding Villages namely, Trehafod, Britannia, Cymmer, Glynfach, Trebanog, Llwyncelyn, Mount Pleasant, Cae Mawr, Ynyshir, Wattstown, Tonyrefail, Coedely and Gilfach Goch.
The recent construction of the Porth Relief Road has been a welcome improvement and has made access to Porth and the Rhondda as a whole much simpler. It is easily linked to Pontypridd and Cardiff (via A470) and Talbot Green and Llantrisant which gives immediate access to the M4. There is a local Railway Station and Bus Route providing excellent public transport links.