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Farm Buildings at Sandwell Park Farm, Enclosing Farmyard, and Cart Shed and Building Attached to Sou, West Bromwich

Description: Farm Buildings at Sandwell Park Farm, Enclosing Farmyard, and Cart Shed and Building Attached to Sou

Grade: II
Date Listed: 9 January 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 219387

OS Grid Reference: SP0195391500
OS Grid Coordinates: 401953, 291500
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5214, -1.9726

Location: M5, West Bromwich, Sandwell B70 6TH

Locality: West Bromwich
County: Sandwell
Country: England
Postcode: B70 6TH

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Listing Text

SP 09 SW
Farm buildings at Sandwell
Park Farm, enclosing farm-
9.1.81 yard, and cart shed and
building attached to south-
west side, off Lodge Hill Road


Farm buildings, now visitors' centre. Probably c1800. Brick with tile roofs.
Arranged around a square farmyard, with buildings on three sides and wall enclosing
south side. Two storeys, with three-storey corner pavilions under pyramid roofs.
North-east tower contains dovecote. On east side of courtyard the buildings have
doors and windows with segmental heads. On the west side is an open shed with a
seven-bay arcade of elliptical arches. On the north side is a barn. This has
two cart entrances with elliptical arches, with a third similar arch to the east
containing smaller doorways. Adjoining to the west is a single-storey cartshed,
now an exhibition wing, with six-bay arcade now glazed. Adjoining it further
west is a two-storey building with two arched cart entrances. These planned
farm buildings were built as the home farm on the Earl of Dartmouth's Sandwell
Hall estate. Sandwell Hall was demolished in 1928.

Listing NGR: SP0195391500

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Source: English Heritage

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