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Gate and gate-piers at Pickhill Hall Lodge

A Grade II Listed Building in Sesswick, Wrexham

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Latitude: 53.0198 / 53°1'11"N

Longitude: -2.8968 / 2°53'48"W

OS Eastings: 339939

OS Northings: 347324

OS Grid: SJ399473

Mapcode National: GBR 79.FYMD

Mapcode Global: WH896.GCT8

Plus Code: 9C5V2493+W7

Entry Name: Gate and gate-piers at Pickhill Hall Lodge

Listing Date: 20 December 1996

Last Amended: 20 December 1996

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 18061

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated towards the end of the east side of a road coming south of the B5130 shortly after Pickhill Bridge. Concealed in lightly wooded countryside to the west of Pickhill Hall.

County: Wrexham

Community: Sesswick

Community: Sesswick

Locality: Pickhill

Traditional County: Denbighshire

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The gate, and associated piers, originally formed the main entrance to Pickhill Hall before a new drive and entrance was created to the north following the Hall's subdivision into flats c1990. Although the adjacent Lodge dates from the Hall's re-modelling in 1866 the classical style of the gate-piers and their gate suggests an earlier date, perhaps contemporary with the main body of the Hall attributed to Richard Trubshaw who was working locally in the 1720's.


Two late C18/early C19 stone gate-piers each composed of moulded base and cap, centre panel, and splayed consols of similar profile to those on the principal elevation of Pickhill Hall. The pier to the north has lost some of its stone to the top. Modern wooden five-bar gate currently gives access to Pickhill Hall Lodge. To the west is the late C18/early C19 original which remains attached to the southern pier. This is a wooden five-bar gate of chamfered wood with decorative wrought-iron bars, capped with acanthus, running through the bottom rails.

Reasons for Listing

Listed for group value with Pickhill Hall Lodge and Pickhill Hall.

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Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Pickhill Hall Lodge
    The former Lodge to Pickhill Hall is reached by a road south of the B5130 (Holt Road) entered adjacent to Fingerpot Cottage. After its junction with Watery Lane the road becomes a track. The Lodge is
  • II Pickhill Hall
    Situated at the end of a private drive entered from the east side of a road runing south from the B5130. This new drive approaches the house from the rear passing close to it's farm buildings to the s
  • II Pickhill Farmhouse
    Situated at the end of a private drive from the north side of the B5130 in open pasture.
  • II Pear Tree House
    Set back from the S side of Sun Lane, close to the centre of Sutton Green.
  • II Pickhill Bridge
    Pickhill Bridge crosses the River Dee and carries the B5130. The bridge is on the border of Sesswick and Bangor-is-y-Coed Communities lying amongst open farmland on all sides. Pickhill Bridge Farm l
  • II Dovecote at Pickhill Old Hall
    Situated to the south-east of Pickhill Old Hall, diagonally opposite its main front, on the edge of steeply sloping ground.
  • II Talwrn House
    Situated on the north side of the B5130 close to it's junction with Watery Lane.
  • II Graig Cottage
    Set back from Station Road at the outskirts of the village.

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