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Marford Hall

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Map ReferenceSJ35NE
Grid ReferenceSJ3606355839
Unitary (Local) AuthorityWrexham
Old CountyDenbighshire
Type Of SiteHOUSE
PeriodPost Medieval
Marford Hall is an early 19th century house built in the picturesque Cottage Orne style of the Trevalyn estate buildings of the village of Marford. It is said to have been constructed from the bricks of a building demolished in 1805. It is pebbledash, brick, pebbledash chimneys. 2 storeys, Y shaped plan. Principal elevation is symmetrical with string course and plinth and a central semi-octagonal bay with arched entrance and later porch, above which is a window with an ogee head, other windows in this bay have similar pointed arches. 2 windows per floor on each side all have ogee heads. Some are blocked, others are generally multipaned cast iron casements with Gothick glazing. Rear elevations have similar windows, some blocked, some reproductions in wood. There are a number of mock arrow slits. Extension in matching style.
It was extended to rear in the later 19th century and 20th century.