Felling date range: 1536-74
(b) Extension to Hall
Felling date: Spring 1575
A large U plan storyed house of several phases. The principal stone-built phase has a three-unit plan with a
large hall with lateral chimney between inner and outer bays. In a second phase the hall range was extended, and
brick-built wings were added to the main range in a third phase. This is the earliest brick-built range in north-west
Wales and apparently dated by inscription 1621. Tree-ring dating established that the principal range belongs to the
early decades after the Act of Union.
Dating Old Welsh Houses. June 2012.
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