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Country house five miles from Prince Charles estate goes on the market

Could you strike it rich? Country house just five miles from Prince Charles’ Welsh estate goes on the market for £750,000 and is rumoured to have stash of GEMS hidden in the grounds

  • Henllys Manor House is just five miles from Prince Charles Llwynywermod Estate in Llandovery, west Wales 
  • Majestic Grade-II home was historic home to Colonel David Williams and his wife between 1788 and 1815
  • It is said that jewels were buried in the grounds of the estate which, to this day, have never never been found 

A six-bedroom country home just five miles from Prince Charles’s Welsh estate has gone on the market for £750,000 and is rumoured to have a stash of gems hidden in the grounds.  

Would-be buyers could strike it rich if they find the secret stash of jewels hidden in the 3.4 acre estate up for sale near Charles and Camilla’s bolt-hole in the Welsh countryside.

Henllys Manor House is just five miles from Prince Charles’ Llwynywermod Estate in Llandovery, west Wales.

Would-be buyers could strike it rich if they find the secret stash of jewels hidden in the 3.4 acre estate up for sale near Charles and Camilla’s bolt-hole in the Welsh countryside

Henllys Manor House is just five miles from Prince Charles’ Llwynywermod Estate in Llandovery, west Wales

It is said that jewels were buried in the grounds of the estate which, to this day, have never never been found

The majestic Grade-II listed property is on the market for £750,000 – and was historic home to Colonel David Williams and his wife between 1788 and 1815.

It is said that jewels were buried in the grounds of the estate which, to this day, have never never been found.

The manor house was previously listed in 2016, with its owner saying that the Royal links had boosted the property market in the area.

Elizabeth McGill said: ‘It’s amazing what a famous neighbour can do to the local property market.

The majestic Grade-II listed property is on the market for £750,000 – and was historic home to Colonel David Williams and his wife between 1788 and 1815

The manor house was previously listed in 2016, with its owner saying that the Royal links had boosted the property market in the area

‘It has been interesting to see the ‘royal’ effect.

‘Locally, the area is ideal for hill walking, fishing, shooting and has local RSPB reserves for bird watching.

‘Nearby Llandovery is soon to under go some regeneration in the market square area and will become a thriving local town once again.’

‘I am really hoping that the new owner will appreciate the property; it’s a grand property, but a very warm and engaging home. It deserves to be loved as much as we have loved it.’

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