Four Ashes Hall 7018

Stourbridge, England, Staffordshire, South Staffordshire

Brief Description

Four Ashes Hall is surrounded by gardens and grounds, much of which is currently undergoing renovation. Features include a stable block, and 18th-century brick bath-house and a 19th-century kitchen garden.

History

This 17th-century estate became very run down after 1939. A Regency watercolour shows the house covered in trellis and a lawned garden with formal flower beds.

Features
  • Bath House
  • Description: There are the remains of an 18th-century brick bath-house approached by a walk alongside the former stream.
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  • Kitchen Garden
  • Description: A 19th-century kitchen garden which appears to have only ever had three walls, the area closed in by shrubs.
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  • House (featured building)
  • Description: There have been substantial additions to the house since it was built around 1660.
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  • Walk
  • Description: Bath Walk lined with hollies, beeches and oaks.
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  • Stable Block
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  • Pool
  • Description: Spring-fed pools.
Stream, Topiary, Rose Garden, Tennis Lawn, Icehouse, Laundry Yard
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Enville
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