Hartsheath is a Grade II* 18th and 19th-century country house, set in a 19th-century landscape park.
The Drawing Room has trompe Foeil 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 6 acre garden for visitors to explore.
1 and 2, 4 to 6, 25 to 27 May
24 to 26 August.
7, 11 to 14, 17 and 18 September: 2pm to 5pm.
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Hartsheath is situated on the A541 between Wrexham and Mold.
Historic House members visit for free.
Normal price: £6.00
A word from the owner
When taking over Hartsheath the opportunity to improve on my mother-in-laws efforts was irresistible!
Hartsheath is a Grade II* country house in neo-classical style, set in a 19th century landscape park. The house dates to the early 18th century, though it was heavily rebuilt in the early 19th century.
The main wing has five bays, integrating classical motifs, such as a Doric porch. The interior features an entrance hall with a black marble fireplace, Regency oak details, and early 19th century doors. The drawing room has trompe l'oeil painting decoration with pineapple motifs. The service areas, adapted from the earliest house here, include a servants' hall, butler’s pantry and Victorian kitchens. Under the main house block are vaulted cellars.
Unique collection of “Welsh” 18th and 19th century watercolours and works by the “Jewish Holbein”, Isidor Kaufmann, as well as interesting collections of furniture and porcelain.