A BARRY house made famous world-wide by award-winning comedy Gavin & Stacey has gone on the market.

A ‘For Sale’ sign has gone up on the three-bedroom, 47 Trinity Street home which plays host to Stacey’s family in the hit sitcom.

Owner Glenda Kenyon has welcomed more than 13.000 into the terraced property since the popular show first aired on the BBC and Glenda has raised around £3000 in donations for the RSPCA from visitors appreciating the tour.

And the location also features as part of the official Gavin& Stacey tour.

60-year-old Glenda, who has lived in the property for more than 30 years, said she planned to move to Swansea.

She said: “The house holds a hell of a lot of memories – sad times and good times.

“I will miss it. I’ve opened up a lot.

“The visitor book says 12,316 but it’s a lot more than that.

“I would like someone to live here to have an interest in the show so they can carry on what I started.”

Alex Easton of Burnett Davies & Easton said fans of the show could bag “a small piece of television history.”

He added: “It also offers a potential business opportunity for someone wanting to continue the frequent tours but unlike Glenda, charge visitors.

The house is offered at a guide price of £125,000.