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Bettisfield Hall (farmhouse)

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Map ReferenceSJ43NE
Grid ReferenceSJ4623035970
Unitary (Local) AuthorityWrexham
Old CountyFlintshire
CommunityMaelor South
Type Of SiteHOUSE
PeriodPost Medieval
1. 17th century brown brick, 3 storey, 3 studded doors. Interior beams, wide boarded doors, strap hinges. 2nd floor- mainly attic, known as chapel, plastered, and 1/2 ceiling raised with barrel vault.

Associated with:
Gardens (Nprn266492).

2. The northern part of a three-storey range, as above, west-facing, the southern part demolished, the porch originally central to the west front; a two-storey range runs east from northern part of main range; house built in about 1540, damaged by fire around 1640, thereafter tenanted.

Source: CADW 1995 (Reg. Parks & Gardens: Clwyd), 11.

RCAHMW AP945177/41-2; 955017/60-1

J.Wiles 12.07.04