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Social Club sells for £80,000

 
Created on 28/04/2017 @ 07:44
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The building that housed Welshpool Social Club for nearly 50 years was sold at auction yesterday (Thursday), reaching a guide price of £80,000.

The club (pictured), which opened in the 1960s and closed in 2015, was a popular entertainment hub in the town. The building off Brook Street contains a large bar, function room with stage, snooker room, cellar and parking.

It was one of four properties auctioned by estate agents and property surveyors, Morris Marshall and Poole at its Spring Property Auction at Welshpool Livestock Market.

“The social club was a hive of activity in the town for nearly 50 years. The sale of the property provides an opportunity for someone to consider a commercial business at the site or to seek planning permission for change of use,” said Rob Hudson, a partner at MMP.

Up to 7.82 acres of land south of Trewern House at Trewern near Welshpool failed to reach a guide price of £65,000.

Five lock-up garages and a yard at Queen’s Head, Salop Road, Welshpool sold for £22,000 and Bankside, Old Post Office lane, Trefonen, sold for £150,000.

 

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