ONE of Welshpool’s most breathtaking properties is up for grabs after being placed on the market.

The 11-bedroom, Gothic Revival-style Llanerchydol Hall is up for sale, but will set a buyer back a £1.25million.

In return, the occupant would have the luxury of living in the stunning castle-like mansion, situated in more than five-and-a-half acres of land.

The Grade II Listed building comes with stunning views across the Shropshire and Montgomeryshire countryside.

It is listed on Rightmove by property agent Savills as being a house in need of refurbishment.

The property description on Rightmove reads: “A house of great stature, it stands surrounded by mature gardens extending to about 5.5 acres.

“The house is noted in its listing as being a “house with a fine interior” and now requires refurbishment and updating to bring the property back to its former glory.

“The principal facades of the house are ashlar faced under a slate roof recessed behind parapets and small towers.

“The main house also known as the East Wing, houses the formal entertaining rooms and bedroom suites, with beautiful high moulded ceilings, wide mullion windows and marble fireplaces.”

The historic property was originally built in the 1700s by David Pugh Esquire.

As well as 11 bedrooms, there are six bedrooms, a large driveway and parking area, a dining room and a painting room among other amenities.

Its location is described as being close to Welshpool town centre, while it sits just two miles from Welshpool Railway Station.

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