|Location||Cuddington, Cheshire, England|
|OS grid reference||SJ 602 720|
|Built for||Jabez S. Thompson|
|Designated||15 June 1979|
The house was built in 1890 for Jabez S. Thompson of Northwich and designed by the Chester architect John Douglas. The house is constructed in Ruabon red brick with Lakeland slate roofs. Its plan is irregular, with a front of five bays which includes two gables and plaster diapering.
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