A historic hotel on the Welsh border is set to go under the hammer at Bond Wolfe Auction’s next auction later this month.
Situated on Broad Street in the England-Wales border town of Powys, near Shropshire, the impressive Grade II-listed hotel dates back to the Victorian era. The hotel is currently available on Commercial People ahead of Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next auction at Villa Park on October 23rd.
The four-storey property was built in 1867 as will go under the hammer with a guide price of £310,000.
Ian Tudor, Managing Director of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “The Knighton Hotel is a spacious, Grade II-listed property that would be suitable to continue as a hotel, restaurant and wedding venue, or it could be developed for a variety of alternative uses including residential, subject to planning and listed building consents.
“It really is a joy to tour this building, with its extensive lounge areas, 16 en suite bedrooms and a good-sized duplex flat with its own entrance.
“Other rooms include a commercial kitchen with food hoists to the banqueting suite, a dry store, washing up section, cellars, plant room, laundry room and an additional satellite kitchen.”
The Knighton Hotel is just one of 131 lots going under the hammer in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ upcoming sale.