This area is situated on a prominent, wooded, west-facing slope and offers dramatic views over the Dee Estuary to North Wales. The focus of the Conservation Area is the grouping of older buildings around the church and manor.

This includes the small nucleus of the old historic village, which is almost exclusively constructed of red ashlar sandstone and contains buildings dating back to the seventeenth century. As well as this, it also includes the areas of large detached dwellings set in extensive grounds which now define the character of the area.

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