Hatherton House (also known as Hatherton Hall)4861

South Staffordshire, England, Staffordshire, South Staffordshire

Brief Description

Hatherton House has pleasure grounds, a kitchen garden and cedar woods associated with a Tudor Gothic hall.

History

The present hall was built in 1817, replacing a previous manor house. The grounds and formal features relate principally to this period.

Detailed Description

There are pleasure grounds close to the house, with associated ornamental features. There is a kitchen garden in reasonable condition. Cedar trees separate the house from a nearby lake.
Features
  • Historic House (featured building)
  • Description: Tudor Gothic style.
  • Earliest Date:
  • Latest Date:
  • Specimen Tree
  • Description: Cedar trees.
Kitchen Garden, Lake, Icehouse
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Hatherton
History

Detailed History

The village of Hatherton was among lands seized by William Wallhouse during the reign of James I. His descendant, Moreton Wallhouse, re-built Hatherton Hall in 1817. This stone rebuild was in the gothic style.

References

References

Contributors

  • Staffordshire Gardens and Parks Trust