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Gungrog, Welshpool, Powys, SY21
Guide price £275,000 | 7 bedrooms

Embrace the opportunity to breathe new life into Gungrog Hall, a rare opportunity to purchase a piece of Welsh heritage. Nestled amidst the tranquil countryside of Welshpool, Gungrog Hall stands as a testament to timeless elegance and historic charm. With its distinguished presence and rich heritage, this property beckons to be revitalized into a modern masterpiece.

This Grade II* listed building dates back to the early 18th century. The hall is known for its beautiful architecture and many of the original period features have been impeccably retained including the grand staircases, stained wood panelling, original flooring and high ceilings. Gungrog Hall is set within picturesque and extensive grounds equating to approximately 1.2 acres.

This property is for sale by Modern Method of Auction powered by iamsold LTD - Starting Bid £275,000 + Reservation Fee.

Gungrog Hall is nestled on the outskirts of the popular market town of Welshpool offering a range of local amenities, from schools to supermarkets. Shrewsbury is conveniently a 20-minute drive away, and in the opposite direction, the picturesque Welsh coast is approximately an hour to the West.

Method of Sale
• For Sale by Modern Auction• Subject to Reserve Price & Reservation FeeThis property is for sale by the Modern Method of Auction, meaning the buyer and seller are to Complete within 56 days (the "Reservation Period"). Interested parties personal data will be shared with the Auctioneer (iamsold).If considering buying with a mortgage, inspect and consider the property carefully with your lender before bidding.A Buyer Information Pack is provided. The buyer will pay £300.00 including VAT for this pack which you must view before bidding.The buyer signs a Reservation Agreement and makes payment of a non-refundable Reservation Fee of 4.50% of the purchase price including VAT, subject to a minimum of £6,600.00 including VAT. This is paid to reserve the property to the buyer during the Reservation Period and is paid in addition to the purchase price. This is considered within calculations for Stamp Duty Land Tax.Services may be recommended by the Agent or Auctioneer in which they will receive payment from the service provider if the service is taken. Payment varies but will be no more than £450.00. These services are optional.

Gungrog Hall is a historic building located in Welshpool, Powys, Wales. The history of Gungrog Hall is intertwined with the local area and its historical significance.The hall is believed to have been built in the early 17th century, possibly around 1600. It was originally a timber-framed building, a common architectural style for that period in Wales. Over the centuries, the hall has undergone various renovations and alterations, reflecting changes in architectural tastes and the needs of its occupants.One notable aspect of Gungrog Hall's history is its association with the Herbert family. The Herberts were a prominent family in the area, with ties to the aristocracy and significant influence in local affairs. It is believed that members of the Herbert family resided in Gungrog Hall at various points in its history, adding to its prestige and importance within the community.Throughout its existence, Gungrog Hall has witnessed significant events and changes, both locally and nationally. It has likely been a focal point for social gatherings, meetings, and other activities, serving as a hub for the local community.In recent years, efforts have been made to preserve and protect Gungrog Hall as part of Wales's cultural heritage. Historic buildings like Gungrog Hall are important not only for their architectural significance but also for the stories they tell about the people and events that have shaped the region over the centuries.Today, Gungrog Hall stands as a reminder of Wales's rich history and heritage, serving as a link to the past for future generations to appreciate and enjoy.

Step Inside
The interior of Gungrog Hall is a testament to exquisite craftsmanship and timeless elegance. From the moment you step inside, you are greeted with a sense of grandeur and sophistication. The hall's grand entrance hall sets the tone for the rest of the property, with its soaring ceilings, intricate woodwork, and a sweeping staircase that serves as a focal point. The space exudes a sense of history and offers a warm welcome to residents and guests alike. Throughout the property, you will find a seamless blend of original Georgian features and Victorian influences. The rooms are adorned with ornate fireplaces, decorative plasterwork, and beautifully crafted panelling. The two spacious reception rooms on the ground floor are ideal for entertaining, with ample space for hosting gatherings and social events. Whether it's a formal dinner in the grand dining room or a cozy evening by the fireplace in the drawing room, the interior spaces of Gungrog Hall provide a perfect setting for creating lasting memories. The kitchen provides a number of base units and requires updating. The layout of the Hall could also be rearranged to allow for a larger Open plan kitchen in one of the reception rooms. The first floor offers three large Bedrooms once of which boasts the most magnificent sash windows looking over the front gardens and views over the town of Welshpool and the rolling Welsh landscape. The Top floor provides 4 further bedrooms, two doubles and two single bedrooms.Overall, the interior of Gungrog Hall is a masterpiece of architectural beauty, offering a seamless blend of historical charm and modern comfort. Its carefully crafted details and elegant finishes create a truly exceptional living experience that is both luxurious and welcoming.

Step Outside
The gardens and grounds of this picturesque estate span approximately 1.2 acres, offering a serene sanctuary amidst nature's splendor. A sweeping driveway leads around the imposing willow tree, guiding visitors to the parking area beside the property. The former pond at the front of the estate presents an opportunity for revitalization, potentially transforming into a stunning entrance befitting the magnificent hall.At the rear of the property, the garden extends further, boasting an array of flowers, plants, and trees. Amidst this verdant landscape stands a large greenhouse, a testament to the estate's dedication to horticultural excellence.


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