PUBLISHED: 13:51, Sat, Nov 28, 2020 | UPDATED: 13:51, Sat, Nov 28, 2020
Wales currently has an entire village available to buy after it came back on the market. The slate quarry village of Aberllefenni in Gwynedd had been on the cusp of a sale before coronavirus struck. Now, the 16 homes and cottages can be purchased via an estate agent.
Quarrying at Aberllefenni dates right back to the 16th century so you'd be snapping up a real piece of history.
The buildings are owned by the family of John Lloyd, of Inigo Jones Slate Works.
This company bought the Aberllefenni quarry and the homes back in the 1960s.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The former was sold in April 2016.
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Wales property for sale: Sixteen homes and cottages can be purchased via an estate agent (Image: Getty Images/Handout)
Wales property for sale: Quarrying at Aberllefenni dates right back to the 16th century (Image: Getty Images)
The homes were then put on the market with estate agent Dafydd Hardy back in August 2016.
They were on sale for £1.5million.
The low price flabbergasted the property market.
A London flat can be bought for the