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Latitude: 53.2962 / 53°17'46"N
Longitude: -3.4327 / 3°25'57"W
OS Eastings: 304610
OS Northings: 378655
OS Grid: SJ046786
Mapcode National: GBR 4ZGB.M3
Mapcode Global: WH76G.7DNW
Entry Name: House at Home Farm
Listing Date: 10 November 1994
Last Amended: 10 November 1994
Source ID: 15004
Building Class: Domestic
Location: Forms the N range of the farmyard at Bodrhyddan Home Farm, and the S range of the former stable yard at Bodryhddan Hall.
Traditional County: Flintshire
Formerly a row of 3 houses, only one of which is now inhabited. Built in 2 distinct phases, and substantially of early C18 date, although possibly incorporating earlier elements.
Render over roughly coursed and squared rubble, with old slate roofs. Right hand section may be the earliest part of the range. 2 houses, and almost certainly built as such. 2 storeys, the right hand house has a 2-unit plan with central entrance. Drop-ended hood moulds to lower windows, the 3 upper windows beneath the eaves. Small-paned casement or horizontally sliding sash windows throughout. Central house also has central entrance with heavy stone lintel to doorway, and small paned casement windows above and to left: 6-pane fixed-light window to the right. Single unit house forms a separate phase to the left: small-paned casement windows and doorway, with steep cambered heads. Rear elevation to stable yard is irregularly fenestrated, the present windows mainly old insertions (sash windows of 4 and 16 panes), but with the cambered heads of some earlier windows still visible.
Right hand house has roughly arched bresummer to former inglenook fireplace and paired spine beams with scrolled chamfer stops in main room. Splat baluster staircase.
Of interest as vernacular buildings of some quality which form a significant part of the farm complex at Bodrhyddan.
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