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NPRN 35658

Map Reference SJ43NE

Grid Reference SJ46233597

Unitary (Local) Authority Wrexham

Old County Flintshire

Community Maelor South

Type of Site HOUSE

Broad Class DOMESTIC

Period Post Medieval

Site Description 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

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