Uncle Bryn's house from Gavin & Stacey has been put up for rent
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If you're a massive Gavin and Stacey fan, this one is for you.
It turns out that one of the characters' homes has gone on the market, meaning you could bag yourself a little slice of Barry heaven.
The property was made famous by the hit BBC series as the home of everyone's favourite uncle, Bryn, played by Rob Brydon.
And it's just gone up for rent, with the terraced house in South Wales setting you back £995 a month.
The ad reads: "Unfurnished 3 bed terrace formerly used as Uncle Bryn's House on Gavin & Stacey! Accommodation includes a hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, rear lobby and ground floor bathroom/WC/shower.
"The first floor has 3 bedrooms. Outside there is a forecourt and enclosed rear garden."
Speaking about the listing, Andrew Fenton from Chris Davies Estate Agents told Sky News that the show had 'reignited Barry'.
He told the outlet: "There is that immediate connection where as soon as the word Barry is mentioned people say Gavin and Stacey.
"So I think it's nationally recognised and one of those things that has put Barry, not back on the map, but shown that it's such a nice area to live."
Mr Fenton added that Barry had seen a fair bit of redevelopment over the past few years.
"Who's to say the catalyst for all this wasn't Gavin and Stacey?" he asked.
And if recent reports are true, then there could be more to come.
Christmas special aside, the chance of future episodes seemed low when creator James Corden headed across the pond to host the Late Late Show in the US.
But now his stint as host is over, and he's heading back to his home country. So could there be a glimmer of hope?
Well, the answer is: maybe.
In an interview with The Sun, the presenter revealed that he and co-creator Ruth Jones (Nessa) had met up at Christmas, and after all of their work together, of course, the topic of Gavin and Stacey came up.
Corden revealed that the creators spoke about 'who [they] had spoken to from the cast recently', though he didn't say exactly what those discussions had entailed.
Corden explained: "In truth Ruth and I met up at Christmas… and I know it will be a disappointment, but we didn’t talk about it in life-growing forms.
“We talked about who we had spoken to from the cast recently, but that was about it. It is wonderful people loved the characters that much and whenever I’m back home, and chat with the cabbies they say, ‘You’ve done well for yourself’. It’s lovely.
“But now people only want a good show. I don’t think about [Smithy and Nessa’s future] until Ruth and I are in a room."