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Mae teulu o Lannerch-y-medd am werthu eu cartref tra bod teulu arall eisiau symud i Lanilar cyn y Nadolig. A Llannerch-y-medd home goes up for sale and who wants to buy some pub...


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-From luxurious mansions...

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-..to one bedroom flats...

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-..there are many houses

-for sale in Wales.

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-It's exciting, isn't it?

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-It's exciting, isn't it?

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-The agents' work is to sell them.

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-It's not the type of property

-we sell very often.

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-Buying and selling isn't easy these

-days. Sometimes it takes patience.

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-I'm fed up. I've been trying

-to sell it for over four years.

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-People of all ages are looking

-for their ideal home.

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-Reality has hit me hard.

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-How am I going to afford this now

-and in the future?

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-During one of the industry's

-most challenging periods...

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-..we follow Wales's foremost

-estate agents.

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-This is one of the most important

-signs in the business.

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-We'll share all the emotion

-and the drama...

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-..as some of these Welsh houses

-go up for sale.

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-There are all sorts of houses

-on the market in Wales.

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-From quaint cottages

-to stately homes.

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-Something for everyone.

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-The job of the estate agent

-is to find the right buyer.

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-Bethan Maitland recently began work

-with Dafydd Hardy in Holyhead.

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-She is very happy in her new job.

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-I worked for NatWest

-for almost thirty years.

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-Then I was offered a job

-as a driving examiner...

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-..so I did the course,

-which took about a year.

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-I started the job, but decided after

-two months that I didn't like it.

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-I gave it up last summer and got

-the job here with Dafydd Hardy.

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-I started six months ago and it's

-the best thing I've ever done.

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-It's the type of job that suits me.

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-I'd been a customer services officer

-for years.

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-Customers give me a buzz.

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-Talking to people on the phone

-or face-to-face.

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-I'm a people person.

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-One of the worst traits

-of the job...

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-..is watching Paul eat

-the last doughnut.

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-Today, Bethan is on her way

-to view a remarkable house...

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-..near Llannerch-y-medd, Anglesey.

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-Gwenan and Dylan and their four

-children live here.

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-Their home has been for sale

-for over a year.

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-Bethan has called in

-to look at the house...

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-..and to discuss how to attract more

-viewings in order to find a buyer.

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-Gwenan and Dylan's house is on the

-market for just under 800,000.

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-In addition to the luxurious

-five bedroom house...

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-..there is also a cowshed

-that has been converted...

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-..into a four bedroom holiday let.

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-It's been a labour of love

-for the couple for many years.

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-We bought it about eight years ago.

-We saw it and fell in love.

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-We've been working on it ever since.

-We moved into a caravan at first.

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-We converted the cowshed first and

-lived there for about nine months...

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-..while we were renovating

-the house.

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-We've been in the house

-for five or six years.

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-It's lovely because of the windows

-in the roof.

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-There's lots of light and it looks

-over the yard and cowshed.

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-That's really lovely.

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-Is that a sort of viewing point?

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-His sister is up there and they talk

-for hours at night sometimes.

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-It's nice to keep

-the character of the house.

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-Yes. It's all about the traditional

-stone and the walls.

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-There was quite a lot of work to do

-here including the electrics.

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-We had to make it safe

-for the family and the children.

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-We had to renew the roof too.

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-Without a doubt, Gwenan and Dylan's

-labour of love has borne fruit.

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-But what does Bethan think?

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-I like the colours of the walls.

-They're neutral and light.

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-Oh my! This is fantastic!

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-A spacious room.

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-But although it's very open

-and light, it still feels cosy.

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-It's not too modern.

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-There's a good mix in this house.

-It's lovely.

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-This alone should sell the house.

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-I'm thinking of different ways

-in which we can market the house.

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-To be honest, it's difficult

-because it's so fantastic.

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-There isn't one part that's better

-than the other.

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-It's clear that Bethan

-was impressed with the bedrooms.

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-But it's the ground floor

-that she finds most gratifying.

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-Of course, this is the show-stopper.

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-This is where everyone

-can come together.

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-The doors open on to the patio

-and barbecue area and the garden.

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-Then you're surrounded by fields.

-What could be better?

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-Everything about it is perfect.

-It's a lovely house.

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-I'm really looking forward

-to selling it for you.

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-Why are we selling it?

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-Why are we selling it?

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-I don't know.

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-After seeing the house and location,

-that's a very good question.

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-This is the third house

-I've rebuilt now...

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-..so I'm looking for

-a different project.

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-We'd like to sell it

-and see what happens.

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-But we definitely want to do

-something different after this.

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-We need something to do.

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-I don't know

-what we're going to do next.

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-You have more idea than I do.

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-You have more idea than I do.

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-Yes.

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-Glyn Owens of Clough & Co. Ruthin...

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-..has sold many houses

-in rural Wales.

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-Today, he's on his way to see

-a very different sort of property.

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-It's a type of building that doesn't

-come on the market very often.

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-We're here in Llangwm today to try

-and sell this building behind me.

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-It's a toilet block.

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-We've been instructed

-by Conwy County Borough Council...

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-..to put the toilets up for sale

-by tender.

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-It's not the type of property

-we sell very often...

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-..so it's difficult to put a price

-on something like this.

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-It could be worth a lot to some,

-but very little to others.

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-I would value it

-at between 10,000 and 20,000.

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-It could be used for storage

-or as a workshop.

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-It could also be used

-as a salesroom.

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-But that would depend

-on planning consent.

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-In terms of residential use,

-that could be difficult...

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-..as it doesn't have any land

-around it.

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-But there are people

-living in smaller places.

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-During my time as an estate agent,

-which is 43 years now...

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-..this is the first time I've sold

-a toilet block.

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-I'm sure that this is the smallest

-place I've ever sold too.

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-So it's a memorable experience

-for me.

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-Sixty miles away on Anglesey...

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-..estate agent, Dafydd Hardy,

-has sold all kinds of buildings.

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-And, yes, he has sold toilets.

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-I must show you this. These were the

-public toilets in Llannerch-y-medd.

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-Here's the finished conversion.

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-There are two bedrooms - one each

-side of the kitchen and living area.

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-They've done an amazing job.

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-However, there isn't

-much of a garden.

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-It has potential with the new Wylfa

-plant coming to the area.

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-It could become an Airbnb

-or a short let property.

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-There is a lot of money to be made.

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-This has been on the market

-for a while now.

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-The original price was just over

-90,000.

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-It's now been reduced to 85,000.

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-It might have to be reduced

-further again.

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-But we'll see about that.

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-Iestyn Leyshon who works in

-Aberystwyth is quite a character.

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-Every sale

-brings a smile to his face.

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-Christmas is a time to celebrate

-and spend money.

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-But a house isn't very high

-on the shopping list.

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-It's a challenging time

-for estate agents.

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-The market is seasonal

-and the Christmas period is quieter.

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-Having said that, we've been busy

-during September and October.

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-So there's plenty of work to do.

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-We have sales about to complete...

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-..and people keen to move

-into their new homes.

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-A house in Llanilar is due

-to complete before Christmas.

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-We put it on the market

-early in the year.

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-It's an expensive house for the

-area, just under 500,000.

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-Properties in Llanilar

-hold their value quite well.

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-There are starter homes

-at the bottom end...

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-..up to houses such as Rhoswen

-that sell for over 400,000.

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-Rhoswen is a four bedroomed house,

-ideal for a young family.

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-It was originally on the market

-for just under 500,000.

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-Iestyn has sold it for 446,000.

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-In Cross Inn, Ceredigion,

-the new owners of Rhoswen...

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-..Nigel and Sarah Howells

-and their twins...

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-..get ready to move

-to their new home.

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-We're very glad to be moving in

-before Christmas.

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-We began the process

-back in September...

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-..when our offer was accepted,

-we thought it would all go well.

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-But so much can go wrong

-when it comes to buying houses.

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-But things are moving now,

-and we'll be in tomorrow.

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-We can enjoy Christmas there.

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-What do you want to drink?

-Milk? Water? Squash?

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-There isn't any

-apple or orange juice. Milk? OK.

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-The family has been renting their

-present home for over 18 months...

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-..in order to be closer to Sarah's

-work at Aberystwyth University.

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-Sarah and I decided to focus

-on the village of Llanilar...

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-..so that the boys could go

-to school and grow up there.

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-We have friends in Llanilar,

-so we know the village.

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-We were looking for two features

-in our house...

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-..four bedrooms and a large garden.

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-It was hard enough finding somewhere

-with those two requirements.

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-That's why it's taken us over a year

-to find a house.

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-We didn't want to rush into it

-and buy the wrong house.

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-We waited to find something that

-will last us a lifetime, we hope.

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-Nigel and Sarah have been

-very patient.

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-They've considered carefully...

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-..before spending so much money

-on a new house.

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-When we saw Rhoswen,

-everything was right...

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-..but because it was at the top

-of our budget, we were concerned.

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-We viewed it twice,

-looking for faults, really.

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-To see whether it was worth

-what we wanted to pay.

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-The house will suit us well,

-especially the boys.

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-There's space for them to run about

-and get tired out, hopefully.

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-The boys are really excited

-about moving.

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-Tomorrow's a big day for them.

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-They'll be walking home from school

-for the first time.

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-We've been travelling by car,

-13 miles each way.

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-It's nice for them to be in the

-village and part of the community.

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-Being able to walk home

-for the first time...

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-..I look forward

-to see the look on their faces.

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-I hope everything works out

-and we get the keys tomorrow.

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-I've hired a van, but the forecast

-says there'll be snow.

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-So it depends on what happens.

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-We're moving no matter what.

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-If I have to carry everything

-through the snow, I will.

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-In Cross Inn near Llannon...

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-..it's moving day at last

-for Nigel, Sarah and the boys.

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-They have to be careful

-when moving the furniture.

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-Bleep! Bleep!

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-I'm just beginning.

-Don't worry about me!

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-And it's only ten o'clock!

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-Luckily, there's no snow.

-It's windy but not snowing.

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-We have to get on with it.

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-Nigel and Sarah can't wait to move.

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-But until the last penny is in the

-bank, they can't collect the keys.

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-Hello?

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-That was Rebecca. The money's gone,

-so give it half an hour.

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-Then we can give Iestyn a call...

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-..and see whether he's had

-the call from the solicitors.

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-Cool. Ready to go? Action stations!

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-There's no time to drag their feet.

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-Within a few hours, the children

-will be home from school...

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-..and hopefully,

-Iestyn will have the keys.

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-See you over in Llanilar.

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-Dylan and Gwenan's spacious

-property in Llannerch-y-medd...

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-..has been on the market

-for over a year.

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-But no-one has put in an offer.

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-They're considering

-reducing the price.

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-Bethan Maitland from Dafydd Hardy

-Estate Agents...

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-..is helping them with the process.

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-The house in Llannerch-y-medd

-has been on the market since 2016.

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-It started at 795,000

-but we've just reduced the price...

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-..to offers in excess of 699,000.

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-It has generated more interest.

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-More people are asking for details

-and viewings.

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-I'd really like to sell this house

-because it's a wonderful place.

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-The family are lovely.

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-If I could sell it for them sometime

-soon, that would be really great.

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-Dylan and Gwenan have had to make

-an important decision...

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-..in the hope of attracting

-a new buyer.

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-We've reduced the price

-to under 700,000...

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-..in order to generate interest.

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-It has worked. People have been

-coming to view the house.

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-They've come back

-for a second viewing.

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-At the moment, it looks promising.

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-Did anything happen in school today?

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-Did anything happen in school today?

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-I had a D in the Chemistry test.

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-We have to sell the house...

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-..to pay for better standards

-at school for the children.

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-If we sell, it will be difficult

-because it's been a labour of love.

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-We've made a lot of sacrifices

-for this house.

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-The children

-have had to go without sometimes.

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-To turn away after putting so much

-love into it and walk away...

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-..will be very difficult.

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-If I were passing by in the lane...

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-..and saw windows

-with lights on at night...

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-..with everyone

-enjoying themselves...

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-..I'd be thinking, "what if...?"

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-What if we'd stayed there? How would

-it have been if we'd stayed?

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-Perhaps it hasn't quite sunk in...

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-..as to what would happen

-if we moved away from here.

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-I'm not the sort of person

-who sits back and watches TV.

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-I always look for

-what's around the corner.

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-It's a big world out there.

-There's lots to do.

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-We'll see what the next project

-will be.

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-Dylan has big plans and big dreams.

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-But someone has to make an offer

-on the house first.

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-In the depths of Ceredigion,

-one ambitious project is complete.

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-An old barn has been converted

-into a remarkable property.

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-And it's for sale.

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-Fine & Country and Dylan Davies of

-Morgan & Davies...

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-..are the agents for Heddfan which

-is about five miles from New Quay.

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-This place, in its entirety,

-is on the market for 675,000.

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-That includes the house which has

-five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

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-The gardens are four acres.

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-As a whole, it's rare and unique.

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-There's nothing else like this

-on this part of the coast.

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-The present owners run a company

-that designs and builds kitchens.

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-You can see the kitchen

-behind me here...

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-..which was built by the owner

-and designed by his wife.

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-The wood is all maple and

-cherrywood. It all flows naturally.

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-We're now in the centre

-of the house.

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-This is what they call the solar.

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-It's basically a sunroom.

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-It's the height of two floors.

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-In this room, you feel as if

-you're outside when you're inside.

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-Then, at this end of the solar

-is a curved staircase...

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-..which rises majestically

-to the first floor...

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-..where there's a gallery

-that looks down over the solar.

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-I think this feature

-will sell the house.

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-The Christmas period is usually

-a quiet time for estate agents.

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-For Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents,

-that means one thing.

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-A party!

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-Bethan is ready for it.

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-This is my first Christmas party,

-so I don't know how wild it will be.

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-All the offices are here,

-so we can all mingle...

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-..and get to know one another.

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-We'll have the Hardy awards,

-where we give out prizes.

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-It's important to say thank you

-to the staff...

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-..because they work so hard.

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-We'll have food first,

-then the award ceremony...

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-..then you'll have to stop filming!

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-There are all kinds of awards

-available.

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-Everyone is dying to know

-who the winners are.

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-This part of the evening is

-dedicated to the Hardy Awards.

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-CHEERING

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-It says here,

-"For the most sparkly personality".

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-The champagne award goes to Sophie.

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-It's lovely that they think that

-about me. I don't know who decides.

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-But whoever did,

-I love them forever!

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-So - Rising Star.

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-The winner is...

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-..Bethan Maitland.

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-Were you expecting that?

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-Were you expecting that?

-

-No, not at all.

0:20:360:20:38

-You deserve it though.

-You've worked hard.

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-You enjoy the work.

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-You're doing a good job,

-and it shows in the figures.

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-And I love it!

0:20:460:20:48

-Another year of selling houses

-is at an end.

0:20:480:20:51

-But Dafydd is already planning

-for the new year.

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-The best time to show your house

-is Boxing Day.

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-It's the time

-when most people are looking.

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-So, don't take your foot

-off the gas...

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-..because we're still marketing

-your house even over Christmas.

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-In Llanilar, Nigel and Sarah

-have arrived at their new home.

0:21:150:21:19

-Iestyn is there, full of festive fun

-and Christmas cheer.

0:21:200:21:24

-I'm outside Rhoswen.

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-This is one of the most important

-signs in the business - Sold.

0:21:260:21:30

-The sale was completed today.

0:21:310:21:33

-I've come from the office

-to bring with the keys...

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-..because they're travelling in

-the opposite direction to the town.

0:21:370:21:41

-Who's having the keys?

0:21:410:21:43

-You'd better give them to Sarah.

0:21:430:21:44

-You'd better give them to Sarah.

-

-Thank you very much.

0:21:440:21:47

-Here's something to welcome you

-to the new house.

0:21:470:21:50

-He can share this with you, Sarah.

0:21:500:21:54

-Thank you very much.

0:21:540:21:55

-We'd better finish moving in

-before we open this.

0:21:560:21:59

-When you've got your feet up

-in front of the open fire.

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-You're in before Christmas,

-that's all that matters.

0:22:030:22:06

-Will you be moving in

-over the weekend?

0:22:070:22:09

-We're moving in today.

0:22:090:22:11

-We'll be moved in by this evening.

0:22:110:22:13

-We'll be moved in by this evening.

-

-Wonderful!

0:22:130:22:15

-Here we go!

0:22:190:22:20

-Right. Deep breath.

0:22:210:22:23

-Let's unload.

0:22:230:22:25

-The unpacking is never-ending.

0:22:260:22:29

-But at least they're in the house

-before Christmas.

0:22:290:22:32

-By the time the children get home

-from school...

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-..there's another important thing

-to put up.

0:22:350:22:39

-Can you help me carry the tree

-into the house?

0:22:390:22:42

-Iwan, come and help!

0:22:420:22:44

-Hold the bottom end there.

-The stump.

0:22:450:22:49

-One, two, three. That's it.

0:22:490:22:51

-There's a step coming up.

0:22:550:22:57

-I'll get the stand.

-It'll be alright then. Oops!

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-I'm very happy.

0:23:130:23:14

-I'm very happy.

-

-It will be a nice place to live.

0:23:140:23:17

-It's all come together

-at the right time.

0:23:170:23:20

-We've got long enough before

-Christmas to settle in properly.

0:23:200:23:24

-I've got to go Christmas shopping.

-I haven't done any yet.

0:23:240:23:27

-It's nice to finish the job.

0:23:270:23:29

-We can look forward now

-and enjoy the house.

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-That's how it should be, of course.

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Mae teulu o Lannerch-y-medd am werthu eu cartref tra bod teulu arall eisiau symud i Lanilar cyn y Nadolig. A Llannerch-y-medd home goes up for sale and who wants to buy some public toilets?