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NERQUIS HALL; NERCWYS HALL, NERCWYS

Site Details




NPRN
36046
Map Reference
SJ26SW
Grid Reference
SJ24066002
Unitary (Local) Authority
Flintshire
Old County
Flintshire
Community
Nercwys
Type of Site
COUNTRY HOUSE
Broad Class
DOMESTIC
Period
Post Medieval

Site Description

Nerquis Hall is a 17th century (1638) two storey house with gabled attics, with mullioned and transomed windows, from which 19th century (1821) gothic tower wings have been removed (1975), leaving a fine, four-gabled south facade.

Associated with:
Park/gardens (Nprn86593)
Outbuilding (Nprn643)
Bothy (Nprn634)
Coachhouse/Carthouse (Nprn301843)
Piggery (Nprn301856)
Stable (Nprn37396)
J.Wiles 21.11.02

Internal features: L-shaped hall with early 19th century geometric floor; large Gothic fireplace with 4-centred arch and frieze with heraldic shields; one original Jacobean doorcase. NW parlour has a fine interior of c1725-1750; black marble chimney-piece with classical landscape above. SW parlour has a 3-bay geometric plaster ceiling with interlocking squares and octagons enriched with floral sprigs in the Tudor manner; Tudor style fireplace, rebuilt in the 20th century. Plain main stair to first floor c1725-1750. Great chamber above hall in reversed J plan; 18th century raised and fielded panelling; chimney-piece and doors as in NW parlour. Additional Rococo chimney-pieces in the rooms off.

(Source CADW listed buildings description)
J Hill 17.10.2003
  
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