The homes £100,000 will get you in different parts of Wales

One-bed apartment in Cardiff It's not a huge surprise that you won't get much square-footage for £100,000 in the Welsh capital. The average price for a property in Cardiff currently stands at just under £259,000. Studio flat in Penarth What this property lacks in space it makes up for in location because it's less than a ten minute walk to the marina. So small in fact, the bed is stored under the kitchen floor - although this is kinda cool. It would probably make a better holiday let than home, which according to Rightmove, is what the current owner is doing. A former chapel in Powys It comes with planning permission to convert into a residential property and with a bit of imagination could be transformed into a dream home. Modern flat in Newport It's been completely refurbished and is ready to move in. Terraced house in Wrexham This spacious property is perfect for a first-time buyer or a great investment. You could look to gain around £550 per month if you decided to purchase it as an investment, according to Rightmove. Good-sized house in Merthyr Tydfil It's been recently redecorated and it's obvious the current owners put a lot of love and care into the property. Three-bed semi in Bridgend The house is within close proximity to local schools, shops, Bridgend town centre, Princess of Wales Hospital and the McArthur Glen Outlet. Three-bed family home in Tredegar This  family home in Georgetown has been fully renovated - saving the new buyer having to get the paintbrush out and has panoramic views over the town.