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Tyn-Y-Rhos Hall, Weston Rhyn

Description: Tyn-Y-Rhos Hall

Grade: II
Date Listed: 2 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 255819

OS Grid Reference: SJ2716736097
OS Grid Coordinates: 327167, 336097
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9173, -3.0846

Location: Weston Rhyn, Shropshire SY10 7NQ

Locality: Weston Rhyn
County: Shropshire
Country: England
Postcode: SY10 7NQ

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Listing Text

SJ 23 NE
1/105 Tyn-y-Rhos Hall
Farmhouse, now house. 1711 remodelling for Edward and Alice Phillips
of earlier building with later additions and alterations. Rendered timber
frame, brick and uncoursed limestone rubble; slate roofs. 4 gables to
front, right wider and probably representing earliest surviving part of
house. 2 storeys plus attic to cross-wing. 1:1:1:2 bays; C19 three-
light wooden mullioned windows in moulded stone surrounds to first floor
with similar mullioned and transomed windows to ground floor of right gable.
Late C19 canted bay window to middle of 3 left gables, which all have imitation
angle quoins and C19 cusped bargeboards with pointed finials; similar barge-
boards and finial to right gable. Main entrance in third gable from left
through boarded door in moulded wood surround under late C20 open lean-
to porch with roof supported by C19 fluted Doric columns, said to have
been brought from demolished houses in Liverpool. 4-panel door to left
gable has pedimented hood reusing C17 decorative panelling, including carvings
of sea monsters; similar half-glazed door with pedimented hood to centre
of right gable. Prominent external lateral stack to right gable has 3
attached and rebated yellow brick shafts with toothed capping; subsidiary
external lateral brick stack to right and infilled window to left on first
floor. C19 rendered stacks with paired and rebated yellow brick shafts
and toothed capping in valleys between 2 left gables and between 2 right
gables. Moulded datestone "P / EA / 1711" (Edward and Alice Phillips)
directly below attic window to right gable. Interior. Much C19 remodelling
but C17 decorative panelling, including grotesque figures and other carving
(some probably brought from elsewhere), reused throughout, especially in
fireplaces and doors. C18 staircase with turned balusters reuses C17
decorative panelling to dado. Chamfered ceiling beams, some boxed in,
to both floors and wide boarded oak floor boards to first floor. Roof
of right gable has raking struts from tie beams to principal rafters, and
incorporates several reused timbers.

Listing NGR: SJ2716736097

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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