Hamstall Hall 7020

Lichfield, England, Staffordshire, Lichfield

Brief Description

The 17th-century brick garden walls, grade II listed, enclose a large rectangular garden. In the north-west corner a Tudor-arch doorway with stone surround gives access to the main courtyard of Hamstall Hall. Therre is also evidence of early fishponds and orchards with bee boles.

History

The site has the remains of the early-16th-century manor house of the Cotton family, and associated features.

Features

Plant Environment

  • Environment
  • Walled Garden
  • Manor House (featured building)
  • Description: The house is now ruined.
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  • Garden Wall
  • Description: The 17th-century brick garden walls enclose a large rectangular garden.
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  • Arch
  • Description: A Tudor-arch doorway with stone surround gives access to the main courtyard of Hamstall Hall.
  • Gatehouse
  • Description: Paired pepperpot gatehouses.
Courtyard
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Hamstall Ridware
Contact
References

Contributors

  • Staffordshire Gardens and Parks Trust