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Listed Buildings in Nercwys, Flintshire

  1. II Adjoining Barn to West of Trefrwd Farm
    Located on the N side of a lane running E-W and leading off the lower end of Ffordd Nercwys. Situated in its own farmyard behind curved, rubble dwarf-walls.
  2. II Adjoining Farm Buildings to east of Trefrwd Farm
    Located on the N side of a lane running E-W and leading off the lower end of Ffordd Nercwys. Situated in its own farmyard behind curved, rubble dwarf-walls.
  3. II Adjoining Farm to south of Trefrwd Farm
    Nercwys
  4. II Adjoining Garden Wall at Nequis Hall Estate
    Attached to the NE of Nerquis Hall, stepped down from and facing the primary entrance drive across the forecourt.
  5. II Adjoining Garden Wall at Nerquis Hall Estate
    Attached to the NE of Nerquis Hall, stepped down from and facing the primary entrance drive across the forecourt.
  6. II Adjoining Kitchen Garden Wall at Nerquis Hall
    To the W of Nerquis Hall at the end of an orchard, and close to the road.
  7. II Agricultural Range tp SW of Plas Hendre
    Located at the end of a farm lane SW of Hendre Ucha farmhouse, on sloping ground opposite the hay barn.
  8. II Attached Smithy
    To the NW of the village centre, set back slightly from the street- line.
  9. II Barn at Hendra Isa
    Situated to the W of Hendre Isa farmhouse, closing the farmyard on the W side, and with modern barn buildings abutting its E face.
  10. II* Barn at Nequis Hall Estate
    Located at the E side of the service court.
  11. II Barn at Plas Ucha Farm
    Immediately to the W of the farmhouse forming the S side of the farmyard.
  12. II* Black Gates & Screens at Entrance to the Tower
    Located on the W side of the main Mold-Nercwys road, slightly set back and at right angles with it.
  13. II C18 Gates and Gate-Piers in the Garden at Nerquis Hall
    To the S of the House, at the end of the formal, yew-hedged lawn.
  14. II Churchuard Gates and Walls at St Mary's Church
    In the churchyard, adjoining the N agricultural range of Plas yn Llan and flush with its E gable.
  15. II Coach House and Stable-Block at Plas Ffynnon
    Immediately to the N of the former vicarage.
  16. II Coach-House and Cart-House at Nerquis Hall
    To the rear (E) of the barn and stable range and enclosing a cobbled yard to the N and E.
  17. II Coach-House and Stable Block at Trefrwd Farm
    Closing the farmyard to the SE and diagonally opposite the house.
  18. II Dovecot at Plas Onn
    Located in a field 0.2 Km behind Plas Onn, off the lower Nercwys- Gwerymynydd road.
  19. II Dovecot at the Tower
    Located 150m to the W of The Tower in a field.
  20. II Enclosing Walls to rear meadow at Nerquis House
    To the rear (E) of the barn and stable range and enclosing a cobbled yard to the N and E.
  21. II Folly at Nerquis Hall Photos
    Located 0.5Km to the NE of Nerquis Hall on a slight rise in a field.
  22. II Former Bier-House at St Mary's Church
    In the churchyard, adjoining the N agricultural range of Plas yn Llan and flush with its E gable.
  23. II Former Farmhouse at Fron Farm (excluding the modern house attached to N)
    Located to NW of Nercwys village, off a narrow lane off the Maeshafn- Mold road, set back within its own farmyard and adjacent to, and at an angle with the present farmhouse.
  24. II Garage Block (former outbuilding) at Nerquis Hall
    Adjoining the S drum tower of the gateway, and facing the service court.
  25. II Gateway
    Attached to the NE of Nerquis Hall, stepped down from and facing the primary entrance drive across the forecourt.
  26. II Glan Terrig Farmhouse
    To the SE of Nercwys village. Situated off Ffordd Nercwys to the E facing its own farmyard.
  27. II Ground Floor of Former E Wing
    Attached to the NE of Nerquis Hall, stepped down from and facing the primary entrance drive across the forecourt.
  28. II Hay Barn at Plas Hendre
    Located at the end of a farm lane to the W of Hendre Ucha farmhouse, and raised slightly above it, opposite a further, later, agricultural range.
  29. II Hendre Isa Farmhouse
    Located to the N of Nercwys village, set back off the main Leeswood -Maeshafn road to the N, behind an enclosed garden.
  30. II L-Shaped Agricultural Range at Fron Farm
    Opposite and parallel to the original farmhouse at Fron farm, and now partly enclosed by modern lean-tos.
  31. II L-Shaped Range of Farm Buildings at Play Yn Llan
    To the R and to the rear of Plas yn Llan, and forming a partly enclosed farmyard.
  32. II Lower Gates & Forecourt Wall at Nequis Hall
    Located at the bottom of a walled and tree-lined drive, to the NW of the House.
  33. I Nerquis Hall
    To the E of a subsidiary road leading from Mold to Treuddyn, approached via a tree-lined drive and facing a large forecourt.
  34. II Nerquis Hall Monument in St. Mary's Churchyard
    In the churchyard, immediately to the W of the tower.
  35. II Orangery at Nerquis Hall
    To the W of Nerquis Hall at the end of an orchard, and close to the road.
  36. II Pen y Bryn Farmhouse and attached Byre
    Set back off the lane to the NW and approached by a short drive.
  37. II Pentrehobyn Lodge Photos
    Located at the NE edge of the Community Council area, on the street- line on the E side of the Mold-Wrexham road.
  38. II Piggeries at Nerquis Hall
    To the rear (E) of the barn and stable range and enclosing a cobbled yard to the N and E.
  39. II Pistyll Farmhouse
    Situated off the Mold-Treuddyn road, 1km to the E of Nercwys village, at the end of a farm track and facing a cobbled court.
  40. II Plas Ffynnon
    To the NW of the village centre, set back from the road behind dwarf brick forecourt walls.
  41. II Plas Hendre
    Located at the end of a farm lane at right angles with the main village street, to the NW of the village centre.
  42. II Plas Nant y Glyn (excluding C20 W Range)
    Located at the end of a long track to the L of a lane leading off Ffordd Nercwys to the E, at the S extremity of the community council area.
  43. II Plas Ucha Farmhouse
    To the S of Nercwys village. Located on the S side of a lane leading off to the W at the lower end of Fordd Nercwys, and set back behind a dwarf-walled front garden.
  44. II Plas yn Llan
    Prominently sited on the cross-roads, opposite the White Lion PH. Set back behind a small garden enclosed by dwarf walls with plain decorative iron railings.
  45. II Pont Terrig Photos
    Road bridge over the River Terrig at the boundary between the Nercwys and Treuddyn Community Council areas.
  46. II Screen Walls at Nerquis Hall Estate
    Attached to the NE of Nerquis Hall, stepped down from and facing the primary entrance drive across the forecourt.
  47. II* St Mary's Parish Church
    Situated near the village cross-roads on a slight rise and set in its own churchyard.
  48. II Stable Block to W of original Farmhouse at Fron Farm
    Immediately to the W of the L-shaped agricultural range on a slight rise.
  49. II Stable/Office Range at Nerquis Hall Estate
    Adjoining the N gate tower to the rear, and closing the service court to the N.
  50. II Sundial in St Mary's Churchyard
    In the churchyard, to the S of the porch.
  51. II Teh Barn
    Located prominently on a bend on the lower Gwernymynydd-Nercwys road. Originally barns serving Plas Onn; recent conversion to modern use
  52. II The Old Smithy Cottage
    To the NW of the village centre, set back slightly from the street- line.
  53. I The Tower
    Situated in its own park off the main N-S road from Mold by-passing the village.
  54. II Trefrwd Farmhouse
    Located on the N side of a lane running E-W and leading off the lower end of Ffordd Nercwys. Situated in its own farmyard behind curved, rubble dwarf-walls.
  55. II Ty Draw Farmhouse
    To the NW of the village centre. Set back from the road at the end of a large yard with dwarf rubble entrance walls with decorative crenellations.
  56. II Upper Gates at Nerquis Hall
    Set back slightly off the Nerquis Hall lane to the E.

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