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Star's parents moving to 1m home

The parents of Catherine Zeta Jones have put their south Wales home on the market, it has emerged.

Dai and Pat Jones's four-bedroom house in the Mayals area of Swansea is on sale for 425,000.

It is understood the couple are set to move into a 1 million house being built by the star and her husband, Michael Douglas, in an exclusive development in the Mumbles, a fishing village just outside the city.

The Mayals house is described by estate agent Peter Alan as a "tastefully presented detached corner property, situated in sought after location".

It is within walking distance of Clyne Gardens and Golf Club and is offered with no chain, the description says.

Chris McVeigh, managing director of Peter Alan, said the house sale was a relatively recent instruction.

"It is a very buoyant market in south Wales generally and properties are coming on literally every day," he said.

In October, mortgage lender Halifax listed Swansea as fourth in the UK top 10 property hotspots for the past year, with prices up by 53%.

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