Perdiswell Park 2612

Worcester, England, Worcestershire, Worcester

Brief Description

Perdiswell Hall was an 18th-century house (demolished in 1956) in a landscape park. Features include a large fish pond, a boathouse, drives and an orchard. The park has now been taken over by a school, a sports centre, allotments, a golf course and a park and ride facility.

History

The house was built in 1788 to the design of George Byfield for the Wakeman family, and demolished in 1956.

Features
Orchard, Fishpond, Boat House, Gateway
Access & Directions

Directions

On the northern outskirts of Worcester via the A38.
History

Period

  • 18th Century
Associated People

Just one person associated to Perdiswell Park

References