A famous North Wales estate dating back to the early 17th century has been placed on the market.
Situated within 26 acres of gardens and grounds, the Jacobean Mansion contains eight bedrooms, a reception hall, a drawing room and a billiards room/library.
The estate, which also includes two three-bedroom cottages as well as a range of paddocks, is recorded in the Doomsday Book and has links to the 9th century Welsh king Rhodri Mawr.
The Grade II* listed hall was built by Robert Davies in 1603 and was besieged by Oliver Cromwell’s Roundheads in 1645 during the English Civil War.
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“All that remains from the scars of the battle is the damage to the front door which was caused by a canon ball,” the listing reads.
There have been many changes to the Hall over the years, including a partial re-build in the mid-19th Century after it was deserted for 200 years.
The award-winning gardens to the rear of the property offer stunning views across the Flintshire countryside and lead to the paddocks and equestrian facilities.
There are ruins of the old chapel within the grounds, a mini maze and an award-winning pinetum, which is a collection of pine and conifers planted for ornamental or scientific purposes.
The property was placed on the market in 2019 and in 2009. It was listed again on Rightmove by Strutt and Parker and Savills last month with a guide price of £2.5 million.
Based on a 10% deposit and 25 year mortgage, monthly repayments would stand at around £9,981.
For more information on this property, visit its Rightmove profile here.
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