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Site Details

NPRN 35862

Map Reference SJ44SW

Grid Reference SJ41574243

Unitary (Local) Authority Wrexham

Old County Flintshire

Community Hanmer

Type of Site MANSION

Broad Class DOMESTIC

Period Post Medieval

Site Description Halghton Hall was built in 1662. A brick building with stone dressing and mullion windows. The house was intended to be 5 bays with a central entrance and two cross projecting to a depth of 2 bays. However it appears the house was never completed according to the original plans. The south east elevation (front entrance) shows two doorways, one is a plain rectangular doorway. The other is a large Jacobean style decorated arched doorway. Interior decorated plaster ceiling, former residence of Lloyd. Thought to be the western part of an original winged house, set within a moat (Nprn307191). Renovated after c.1973.

CHN 13/11/03

Associated with:
Garden features (Nprn309710).

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