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Broughton Hall Lodge

A Grade II Listed Building in Willington Worthenbury, Wrexham

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Latitude: 53.0118 / 53°0'42"N

Longitude: -2.85 / 2°50'59"W

OS Eastings: 343070

OS Northings: 346389

OS Grid: SJ430463

Mapcode National: GBR 7C.GB73

Mapcode Global: WH897.6K4G

Plus Code: 9C5V2562+P2

Entry Name: Broughton Hall Lodge

Listing Date: 7 May 1998

Last Amended: 7 May 1998

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 19770

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Broughton Hall Lodge is located on the south side of the B 5069, to east of Worthenbury. Set behind stone wall.

County: Wrexham

Town: Wrexham

Community: Willington Worthenbury

Community: Willington Worthenbury

Locality: Broughton

Traditional County: Flintshire

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Built in 1858 as one of three gate lodges to Broughton Hall (demolished 1961). The Hall had early origins and was re-built by Robert Howard who modernised the estate from 1852 onwards. Previously owned by John Whitehall Dod. The estate was subsequently sold in 1884 and the house was demolished in 1959.


Two-storey, red-brick gate lodge in Tudorbethan style under slate roof with dentilated eaves. Architect unknown. Elaborate diagonally set off-centre brick chimney stack of four clustered flues with moulded caps, as were a feature of Broughton Hall. Three window front with deeply projecting central bay forming two-storey porch in sub-medieval manner. The upper floor is carried on two Doric stone columns, the ground floor is open and the Tudor-arched door is flanked by small-paned lights. Small-paned wooden casement windows, mostly two-light. To the ground floor these are under pointed arches with bricks tumbled in to the apex. Small-paned wooden casement windows to the front elevation are both surmounted by timber-framed gables with barge boards. To the ground floor windows are three-light, to the first floor they are two-light. To the road a bay-window with casements and carved brackets. Above the gable end is a carved stone cartouche bearing the date "1858". The main, central, and end gables have barge-boards with carved wooden finials to their apex with open pendants. To the south a single storey projection with brick stack.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a very good example of a gate lodge in an accomplished Tudorbethan manner with picturesque massing and good detail, and for historic association with Broughton Hall.

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Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Glandeg Farmhouse
    Located on the west side of a lane running north from the B5069 approximately 3 km after leaving the village of Worthenbury.
  • II Frog Lane Cottage (East)
    Located on the south side of Frog Lane (B 5069) in its own garden and set back from the road behind a low brick wall with iron gate and stone piers.
  • II Frog Lane Cottage (West)
    Located on the south side of Frog Lane (B 5069) in its own garden and set back from the road behind a low brick wall with iron gate and stone piers.
  • II Bowling Bank Farmhouse including attached farm range to west
    Located on the north side of Mulsford Lane which is a turning off the south of the B 5069 just after the centre of Worthenbury. The farmhouse entrance is through its cobbled farmyard.
  • II The Old Rectory
    Located in its own grounds off Mulsford Lane, after its junction with the main road through Worthenbury, the B 5069. The Old Rectory is set behind cast-iron Gothic style railings to the top of a low
  • II Shop Cottage
    Located in the centre of the village on the north side of the main road (B 5069) and attached to the former Post Office and Malt House.
  • II The Malt House including attached cottage to right
    Prominently located to the north side of the main road through Worthenbury (B 5069) to the east of, and stepped forward from the adjoining Admiralty House.
  • II Admiralty House
    Located on the north side of the main road through Worthenbury (B 5069) shortly after its junction with Church Road and adjacent to The Malt House. Set back behind iron-railed narrow forecourt.

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