Gavin and Stacey house in Barry, south Wales, for sale


Gavin and Stacey

A house listed as "the spiritual home" of Gavin & Stacey has gone on the market.

47 Trinity Street in Barry, south Wales, which was used as the set for the home of Stacey's mother Gwen in the show, has a guide price of £125,000.

The house is part of a Gavin & Stacey tour which visits several set locations of the BBC sitcom.

According to the listing, more than 13,000 people have visited the house, including weekly coach trips.

47 Trinity Street in Barry, south Wales
Joanna Page
Image caption Joanna Page plays Stacey in the show and is seen standing outside her mum Gwen's house

The listing added: "It is however up to a purchaser whether this arrangement continues or indeed any future filming is permitted, should the creators decide on a further series or one-off special."

The show ran for three series between 2007 and 2010 with a Christmas special between the second and third series.

James Corden, who played Gavin's best friend Smithy in the show, recently said that a reunion won't be coming any time soon.

Speaking on Greg James on Radio 1, the actor said: "I don't think we'll do a film, I think that would be a stretch.

"We might do a special one day, we talk about it often but it's just time really."

James Corden and Mathew Horne
Image caption James Corden plays Smithy, Gavin's best friend, who is played by Mathew Horne

In 2008, Gavin & Stacey won the audience award at the Television Baftas and was named best TV comedy at the British Comedy Awards.

The show also picked up the best comedy award at the 2010 National Television Awards.

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