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Fernhill Hall


In 1851 Fernhill Hall was surrounded by pleasure grounds and shrubberies and possessed a wooded park with thriving plantations. In the later 19th century the park encompassed both the Hall and Great Fernhill, a mile to its west. Approaching Great Fernhill from the south were the remains of an avenue.

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Features & Designations


  • Country House (featured building)
  • Description: Fernhill Hall was described in 1851 in Bagshaw's gazetteer of Shropshire as 'a neat mansion of free stone.'
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  • Avenue
  • Description: In the late 19th century there was an avenue running through the park from the south towards Great Fernhill.
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Key Information



Principal Building

Manor House


Part: standing remains

Open to the public


Civil Parish




  • {Ordnance Survey County Series Six Inch}, Shropshire, XII.SE, XII.NE, (Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1889, 1891)
  • Bagshaw, S. {History, gazetteer, and directory of Shropshire; comprising a general survey of the county, etc}, (Sheffield, 1851): 211.