Listed Buildings

The Round House, Ruabon

Built in the late 1700s the circular structure was used as the parish lock-up. It’s construction includes squared pecked sandstone blocks, ashlar cornice and domed roof with central lipped opening in the dome. The small [more]

Newbridge Lodge

Newbridge Lodge, Cefn

A Grade I Listed Building in Cefn, Wrexham. The lodge was built 1827-8 by C.R.Cockerell, for Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, the fifth Baronet of Wynnstay. Sir Watkin commissioned a programme of work on the house itself [more]

St Marys Church, Brymbo

St. Marys Church, Brymbo

St. Marys Church, Brymbo. In 1869 plans were set in motion for the building of a new church to replace St Johns’ Welsh church built in 1837 and consecrated on July 31st, 1838 but it [more]

Althrey Hall
Listed Buildings

Althrey Hall, Bangor On Dee

Althrey Hall, Bangor On Dee. A stunning Grade II* listed Tudor Manor house believed to date back, originally to 1499 and believed to be one of the last surviving Aisle Trussed Halls of Wales, which [more]

Listed Buildings

Listed Buildings of Wrexham

Listed Buildings of Wrexham. This is a brand new project we are working on, the relevant links will be below. Grade I Listed Buildings. Bangor Bridge Situated at the end of the High Street crossing [more]

Former Flintshire Detached

Emral Hall, Worthenbury

Emral Hall, Worthenbury. THE HISTORY OF EMRAL dates back to the times of the Romans, and can be claimed to be one of the most Historic Mansions in the area. Llewelyn ap Gruffydd re-asserted his [more]


Broughton Hall, Worthenbury

Broughton Hall, Worthenbury This ornate dwelling was one of the largest half-timber constructed houses in Flintshire. It was built for Randall Broughton in about 1642. The infill to the timber work was in wattle and [more]

Former Flintshire Detached

Emral Hall Ice House

Emral Hall Ice House. Ice House to rear of North Stable Block at Emral Hall. Built as an ice-house for Emral Hall (1724-27) designed by Richard Trubshaw and Joseph Evans and may be contemporary with [more]