Cheswardine Hall (also known as The Hill)5052

Cheswardine, England, Shropshire

Brief Description

Cheswardine Hall is a large, brick house in the neo-Elizabethan style, surrounded by extensive shrubberies and a park of around 300 hectares. Both the park and the house date from around 1875.

History

There were a house and grounds at Cheswardine (then called The Hill) in 1783, when a scheme to re-order the grounds was designed but never implemented. The current Cheswardine Hall was rebuilt in 1875 and extensive grounds were laid out at the same time. The hall is currently a residential care home.

Features
  • Country House (featured building)
  • Description: The hall is built of brick in the neo-Elizabethan style, with steep gables, mullioned and transomed windows, and a four-story porch tower with a Tuscan porch.
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Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Cheswardine
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