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Can you save this castle from being lost forever?

25 days ago   |   By Metro

The ultimate castle ruin that has no roof, windows or floors and is covered in weeds has gone on the market for £500,000.
It would take a lot of work and courage to transform the dilapidated building to its former glory after nearly 40 years of neglect.
The Grade II listed property called Plas Gwynfryn in Gwynedd, north Wales, has been the home of an MP, a war hospital and a hotel over the last 140 years.
The stunning Welsh castle is on the market for £500,000
It's a bit of a fixer-upper
It just needs some TLC and windows
But it was devastated in a catastrophic fire in 1982. Four...
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