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Sandwell Hall

Past Work

Client:- Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Project:-  Sandwell Hall

Sandwell Hall was a mansion house in the county of West Midlands England, east of West Bromwich. The site is within Sandwell Valley Country Park. It was built in 1711 for William Legge, 1st Earl of Dartmouth, and demolished in 1928.

The estate of Sandwell, formerly the property of Sandwell Priory, was owned from 1531, shortly after the Dissolution of the Monasteries, by Dame Lucy Clifford; in 1569 they were purchased from her grandson by Robert Whorwood.[1] Priory House, created out of the original priory, was known as Sandwell Hall by 1611 when it was occupied by William Whorwood.