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Brogyntyn Hall, Shropshire

Remodelled from existing buildings in 1804, Brogyntyn Hall is imposing building, but only has 16 principal bedrooms and seven reception rooms (there is a newer wing containing conference rooms and offices left over from the telephone exchange days).

Lord Harlech, the sixth baron of Brogyntyn Hall sold it in 2000 after sitting empty and derelict for 15 years.  It was previously used as a telephone exchange in the 1950s. It has a cold war feel to the bottom floor.

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3 comments

  1. Yes I’ll email you.

  2. hallo whateversleft, i am interested in this hall and i would like to ask, if it is possible to get the pictures you made of Brogyntyn Hall.
    please let me know.
    thank you in advance, Ute Hoeltig

  3. Nice work mate, had a flying visit here but only the basement area. Had to make a quick retreat though so I didnt manage to snap any shots! Well done with this!

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