The home, known as Glyn Celyn House, is owned by Nic Paravicini, the former business partner and brother-in-law of Andrew Parker Bowles, Camilla's first husband. It is being listed for £1.95 million.
According to an article published by The Mirror in August 1996 -- the year Prince Charles and Princess Diana divorced -- an unnamed housekeeper at Glyn Celyn House said that Prince Charles and his mistress were "regulars" at the estate, and started visiting together as early as 1992.
"It's quite often," she said. "They feel safe here because nobody knows about the place."
In that same article, Tom Harrison, who lived 500 yards from Glyn Celyn House at the time, said that neighbors had long suspected that Prince Charles visited the estate, but no one was aware of his visits' adulterous nature.
"Rumors have been flying around the village for ages that Prince Charles stays there," he said. "But nobody ever suspected he was with Camilla Parker Bowles."
According to The Daily Mail, the house's adulterous history was originally included in a writeup about the property in Country Life magazine. The blurb that appeared in the print edition reportedly indicated that Glyn Celyn "played host to the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall," but references to the couple have since been removed from the website.
Glyn Celyn certainly isn't the first property to host scandalous house guests. It is believed that President Roosevelt carried out several affairs at his Hyde Park home, and William Randolph Hearst famously built his mistress a mansion in Santa Monica, Calif.
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When her marriage to Brad Pitt soured in 2005, Jennifer Aniston purchased a $13.5 million Beverly Hills estate she dubbed "Ohana" and threw herself into renovating it. The "Friends" star added on to the five bedroom, seven bathroom home, upping the total footage to 10,000 square feet and making the space more energy efficient. The wine cellar was said to boast a "biometric security system" so that only Aniston's unique fingerprint could open the lock. Aniston sold "Ohana" for a cool $36 million in the summer of 2011 and dropped $21 million for a sprawling modernist home in Bel Air with beau Justin Theroux the next year.
Tiger Wood's didn't let his 2010 divorce from Elin Nordegren stand in the way of renovating the Jupiter, Florida mansion he bought while they were still married; the golf pro simply changed his plans and turned the $60 million property into the ultimate bachelor pad. To that end, Woods reportedly outfitted the property with a running track, a four-hole golf course and a massive fitness center.
Woods wasn't the only one who got serious about real estate after divorce. Ex-wife Elin Nordegren purchased a $12.3 million, 17,178-square-foot oceanfront property in North Palm Beach in March 2011. Less than a year later, Nordegren bulldozed the mansion because it didn't meet South Florida's building codes to withstand hurricanes. In its place, a near replica of the former home was built, which reportedly includes 9 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, a detached guest house, and a wine cellar.
Kelsey Grammer married his fourth wife, Kayte Walsh, in February 2011, just two weeks after his divorce from "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Camille Grammer was finalized. In May 2012, the "Fraiser" star decided to buy a new home to suit his new life and shelled out $6.5 million for a 6,093-foot Mediterranean-style mansion in Beverly Hills.
Just days after filing to divorce Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Shriver snagged a $12.2 million mansion in Brentwood, Los Angeles. The home, located just a few miles from the home she shared with Schwarzenegger, boasts over 11,000 square feet and reportedly includes eight bedrooms and seven baths -- not to mention a gym, theatre room and a wine cellar.