Parkfield, Hallow (also known as Bohun Court)2567

England, Worcestershire, Malvern Hills

Brief Description

Parkfield, also known as Bohun Court, was a house of the 1860s designed by W.J.Hopkins for Charles Wheeley Lea, whose family derived its fortune from the Lea and Perrins works in Worcester. Features include a fountain, a games pavilion and a summerhouse. There is a kitchen garden. The original house was demolished in 1925, but the old layout and features survive. The present house dates from 1932.

History

The house was built as Bohun Court in the 1860s for Charles Wheeley Lea to the design of W.J.Hopkins. It was demolished in 1925. The present house, Parkfield, was built in 1932.

Features
Fountain, Summerhouse, Kitchen Garden, Kitchen Garden
Access & Directions

Directions

Two miles north-west of Worcester via the A443.
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Hallow
History

Period

  • Mid 19th Century
Associated People

Just one person associated to Parkfield, Hallow

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