The new Prince and Princess of Wales have inherited one of King Charles’ properties on the Llwynywermod Estate in Carmarthenshire.
The farmhouse is a tranquil retreat nestled in the Welsh countryside, located on the outskirts of Myddfai near Llandovery. It was purchased by the King 15 years ago.
William and Kate have since received ownership of the property following Charles' accession to the throne.
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Alongside becoming the Prince of Wales, the former Duke of Cambridge has also assumed the titles of the Duke of Cornwall, Earl of Chester and Duke of Rothesay.
William now owns the Duchy of Cornwall, Wales Online reports, which is a private estate that includes the Llwynywermod Estate.
Despite living on Anglesey when William underwent his RAF training, the couple have reportedly never owned a home in Wales. On a recent trip to Holyhead, the pair said they are keen to “use the platform they have to take the dynamic nation of Wales to the global stage” and have vowed to visit the country more.
The estate was bought by the Duchy of Cornwall in 2007 for a reported cost of £1.2m.
It includes three cottages, a Grade-II listed barn and a main house, which are surrounded by 192 acres of Welsh countryside.
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Charles and Camilla often stayed at Llwynywermod, and were popular with the locals from the village of Myddfai. Residents spoke about his contribution to the community, explaining that the new king used to attend church services on Sunday mornings with “the minimum of fanfare”, that he would donate prizes for local raffles, and that he also he officially opened the new village hall.
It was a place close to Charles’ heart, as he chose to stay on the estate in April 2021, in the days and weeks following the death of Prince Philip.
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