Home to Grosvenor Medical’s Croesnewydd Hall Clinic the impressive grade I listed building represents historical innovation and importance in local history as a fine early example of load-bearing facing brickwork mansion house.
The Hall was built in 1969 by Peter Ellice a local lawyer upon the site of an earlier building. One of the Halls most illustrious tenants was Mary Myddelton, daughter of Sir Richard Myddelton of Chirk Castle until her death in 1747 at the age of 54.
By the 1980’s Croesnewydd Hall has become dilapidated, with considerable structural decay. Sympathetically restored under the ownership of the local authority Croesnewydd Hall became the centre piece of the Wrexham Technology Park and officially re-opened by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales in 1989.
Grosvenor Medical Ltd took occupancy in 2013 doubling the space required by 2016 having sympathetically refurbished the environment to include purpose designed clinical and consultation suites to the highest standard fully equipped with specialist ultrasound equipment and large high definition screens to enhance your viewing experience.