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CHAPEL HOUSE FARM, ISYCOED, WREXHAM; LIGHT OAK HOUSE

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NPRN 26970

Map Reference SJ45SW

Grid Reference SJ402501

Unitary (Local) Authority Wrexham

Old County Denbighshire

Community Isycoed

Type of Site FARMHOUSE

Broad Class DOMESTIC

Period Post Medieval, Medieval

Site Description 1. 17th century, timber framed, brick end, East wing. Two storey, crucks. Panelled and wide boarded doors and floors.

[Additional:] A multi-period brick and timber-framed farmhouse. A cruck-framed hallhouse has been truncated by a C17th box-framed storeyed house creating an L-shaped range. In the C19th (probably in several phases) the timber-framing was largely replaced in brick and the C17th range extended with the addition of a brick-built parlour and back-kitchen with bakehouse. RCAHMW photographs (1974) and field observation (1974 & 2003). (RCAHMW/2002.02.21/RFS)
[Additional:] Chapel House Farm has been substantially rebuilt after a period of dereliction. The rebuilt farmhouise has been renamed Light Oak House. The gable-end cruck-truss has been retained but most of the historic fabric has been lost. RCAHMW/11-02-2019/R.F. Suggett

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