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Rhiewport Hall

Berriew, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 8BD

Rhiewport Hall

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Rhiewport Hall was built circa 1815 and is listed grade 2, being a fine example of a small country house of the Regency period. The Hall was home to Wythen-Jones and his family, he was the High Sheriff of Montgomeryshire in 1829. He was followed by Abraham Howell a Solicitor and Attorney. He founded the firm of Howell, Jones and Howell, was four times Mayor of Welshpool, Montgomeryshire, the County Treasurer and ultimately a County Justice of the Peace.

The Hall then became home to other families who lived communally within the hall and outbuildings, Don Arnott and his family being the most notable. Don Arnott, a nuclear physicist dedicated to the peaceful use of his science, he employed his insider knowledge as a leading nuclear campaigner.

The hall has been undergoing extensive restoration by the previous owner and the current owners to maintain its original features and qualities.

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