FANCY being the owner of a Grade II* - listed hall-house with origins dating back from at least the 12th century?

If so, a forthcoming auction will offer people an ideal opportunity.

For sale by auction on March 30 will be Plas Rhiwaedog, at Rhos y Gwaliau, near Bala.

Plas Rhiwaedog is a very substantial and imposing Grade II* - listed hall-house with an adjoining barn, enclosed courtyard garden and gatehouse.

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It is set within grounds of about 0.65 acres within the heart of a picturesque valley to the lower slopes of the Berwyn Mountains, some three miles from Bala.

Extending to around 10,000 square feet in total, the property is in need of a comprehensive programme throughout, having been unoccupied for over two decades.

It's a unique house of national importance with its origins dating from at least the 12th century, while it assumed its present form in the 17th century.

A further area of woodland of around a quarter-of-an-acre is located some 300 yards from the house at the end of a private drive.

There is a guide price of £100,000 in place at the auction will be conducted behind closed doors from 10am on March 30.

The auction will be live-streamed online with remote bidding only.

Registration for bidding will close at 12pm on March 29.

For further information, call Cavendish Residential's Ruthin office on 01824 703030.