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Latitude: 53.1607 / 53°9'38"N
Longitude: -3.137 / 3°8'13"W
OS Eastings: 324076
OS Northings: 363219
OS Grid: SJ240632
Mapcode National: GBR 70.4SLQ
Mapcode Global: WH775.STDB
Entry Name: Bromfield House
Listing Date: 24 July 2002
Last Amended: 24 July 2002
Source ID: 26793
Building Class: Domestic
Location: Opposite Broncoed Lane, set well back from road in wooded garden.
Community: Mold (Yr Wyddgrug)
Built-Up Area: Mold
Traditional County: Flintshire
Mid C19 house, known to have been occupied in 1871 by William Beale Marston, proprietor of nearby Bromfield Colliery, and a local oil works. In 1870, house known as Bromfield Villa.
Two storey house with attached outbuildings. Stucco, scribed as ashlar, stone plinth and dressings. Slate roofs. Casement windows with marginal glazing bars. Elaborate fretted bargeboards. Entrance front faces SW. Tudor-arched doorway with exposed stone architrave and hood mould; part-glazed panelled door; window above; to L, small gable enclosing window; broader window on ground floor. To R, projecting gabled bay with rectangular first floor window above ground floor shallow splayed bay window.
Left (NW) elevation has, to R, gabled block with window to each floor, and to L, similar advanced block with 3-light window on first floor, and on ground floor, altered opening with tripartite sash window. SE elevation in same style.
To rear, service block, and at right angles to this (running SE-NW), lower attached 2-storey range of brick outbuildings. At NW end of this block, at right angles, open shed with slate roof.
Much interior detailing remains including panelled doors and doorcases, skirtings, ceiling cornices and roses, shutters to windows. Wooden stair with square newels.
Well-preserved mid-C19 villa retaining most of its interior and exterior character with connections with local industrialist.
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