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IoE Number: 218145
Location: CASTLE BROMWICH HALL, CHESTER ROAD (south west side)
  CASTLE BROMWICH, SOLIHULL, WEST MIDLANDS
Photographer: Mr J.W. Green LRPS
Date Photographed: 07 October 1999
Date listed: 11 November 1952
Date of last amendment: 11 November 1952
Grade I

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CASTLE BROMWICHCHESTER ROAD5108(South-West Side)Castle Bromwich HallSP 1489 22/27111.11.52.

CASTLE BROMWICH CHESTER ROAD 1. 5108 (South-West Side) Castle Bromwich Hall SP 1489 22/271 11.11.52. GV 2. Late C16 or early C17, remodelled with additions circa 1657. Heightened and altered internally 1719. Enlarged by Rickman, 1825-40, by addition of north-east tower wing, passages lining courtyard. Plan: hollow square with 3 wings on south, staff wing on north-east. Stone dressed red brick. 3 storeys, plinth, floor bands, stone coped gables with finials, central south front balustraded parapet. Stone mullioned and transomed leaded casement windows, mainly 3 and 4 light. Central 2 storey rusticated stone south projection has 1st floor window flanked by arched niches with statues, 1697 by Sir William Wilson, above broken segmental pediment on 4 Corinthian columns, inner pair with twisted shafts. Interior: exceptionally fnine late C17 plasterwork by Gouge, ceiling paintings by Laguerre. Internal remodelling, 1685-1702, by William Winde. C.L., 17.8.1912 and 9.5.1952. Castle Bromwich Hall, Bakehouse, Stable Block, Pigeon House. East and West Forecourt Walls, Walls to north, east and south sides of garden, Flight of Steps and Pedestals in west garden all at Castle Bromwich Ball form a group with the Gatepiers to forecourt of Castle Bromwich Hall, Birmingham Road.

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