Lickey Grange 6323

Bromsgrove, England, Worcestershire, Bromsgrove

Brief Description

Lickey Grange is a 19th-century house with a small landscape park.

History

The house was built and the grounds laid out in the 19th century. In the early 20th century it was the home of Herbert Austin, later Lord Austin. The Austin Seven, a pioneering small car, was designed in the billiard room of the house. The property was later in institutional use. Much of the site has been developed for housing in recent years.

Features
Gate Lodge, Drive
Access & Directions

Directions

Three miles north-east of Bromsgrove via the A38 and the B4096.
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Lickey and
Associated People

Just one person associated to Lickey Grange

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