The Henllys Manor Home which went on sale for £750,000 is claimed to be the location of an undiscovered buried treasure. The manor courting again to the sixteenth century was occupied by Colonel David Williams of the East India Firm between 1788 and 1815.
Because the story goes, his spouse is claimed to have buried her jewels throughout the grounds of the property, which, to this present day, have by no means been discovered.
The six-bedroom nation dwelling additionally has the draw of being situated inside a couple of brief miles of Prince Charles’ Llwynywermod Property in West Wales.
The Grade-II listed property was beforehand listed in 2016, with its proprietor saying the proximity to the royal property had been a giant affect.
Elizabeth McGill stated: “It is wonderful what a well-known neighbour can do to the native property market.
“It has been fascinating to see the ‘royal’ impact.”
Treasure hunters ought to be conscious that the historic manor home and grounds stretch for round 3.4 acres, making the seek for the jewels way more troublesome.
The home itself has a Georgian type from circa 1825 to 1830 and features a paddock along with a indifferent cottage which is at the moment used as a vacation let.
The manor home additionally comes with fishing rights over a stretch of the River Tywi.
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“Close by Llandovery is quickly to endure some regeneration available in the market sq. space and can turn out to be a thriving native city as soon as once more.
“I’m actually hoping that the brand new proprietor will admire the property; it is a grand property, however a really heat and fascinating dwelling. It deserves to be cherished as a lot as we have now cherished it.”