Beamhurst Hall is a late 18th-century house with 19th-century alterations. It has a small estate with with a bridge, fountain, ornamental stream, elaborate glasshouses and lime trees.
The house was built in the late-18th century. The gardens date from this period and later.
Detailed DescriptionBeamhurst Hall is a late 18th-century house with 19th-century alterations. Associated with it is a small estate with a bridge, fountain, and elaborate glasshouses. A nearby stream has been diverted to create an ornamental feature. A line of lime trees parallel with the road probably dates from around 1800.
- Country House (featured building)
- Earliest Date:
- Late 18th Century
- 18th Century
- Calvert, F 1830. Picturesque views in Staffordshire & Shropshire, p.212The Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, in a Collection of the most interesting & picturesque Views