Stone-built mansion-house, its current form the work of Charles James Mathews, a little known-pupil of A C Pugin.
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Hartsheath is a Grade II* 18th and 19th-century country house, set in a 19th-century landscape park.
The Drawing Room has trompe l’oeil decoration with pineapple motifs. The house also contains a unique collection of Welsh watercolours and works by the “Jewish Holbein” Isidor Kaufmann, as well as interesting collection of furniture and porcelain.
There is a six-acre garden for visitors to explore.
Please also see the Tours tab if you’d like to join a private guided tour of Hartsheath.
Hartsheath, Sir y Fflint
Mae Hartsheath yn dŷ gwledig Gradd II* o’r 18fed a’r 19eg ganrif, wedi’i leoli mewn parc wedi’i dirweddu o’r 19eg ganrif.
Mae’r Ystafell Groeso wedi’i haddurno â thechneg trompe l’oeil gyda motiffau pîn-afal. Mae’r tŷ hefyd yn cynnwys casgliad unigryw o ddarluniau dyfrlliw Cymreig a gweithiau gan Isidor Kaufmann “Holbein Iddewig”, yn ogystal â chasgliad diddorol o ddodrefn a phorslen.
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