It's the home of the world's first mail order company, with links to Queen Victoria and Florence Nightingale, and now it could be yours.
The iconic Royal Welsh Warehouse in Newtown, Powys, is on the market for £750,000. It was built in 1879 by entrepreneur Sir Pryce Pryce-Jones, who established the world's first mail order company selling flannel-based products to customers all over the world, including royalty and diplomats. His business grew on the back of the growing railway network, which allowed him to provide same day deliveries to London, even in the late 19th century.
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The property has undergone a £1million refurbishment in recent times and now boasts 80,500 sq ft of retail space
Sir Pryce-Jones, who was knighted by Queen Victoria and later became an MP, built the Pryce-Jones business worldwide before it was sold in the 1930s to a company from Liverpool.