Image courtesy of Birmingham Museums Trust | Licence: CC0 1.0
Image courtesy of Birmingham Museums Trust | Licence: CC0 1.0

Heathfield Hall, Handsworh

1853

Allen Edward Everitt

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Title

Heathfield Hall, Handsworh

Date

1853

Description

Heathfield Hall, Handsworth, 1853
Heathfield Hall, sometimes referred to as Heathfield House, was erected in Birmingham between 1787-90 for the celebrated engineer and inventor, James Watt, and was designed by Samuel Wyatt. Situated to the north of Heathfield Road in Handsworth, the hall was eventually, in 1876, surrounded by a new development of semi-detached villas on the Heathfield estate. It was demolished in 1927.

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Location

Handsworth, Birmingham, England

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Pinpoint

Tww Comment

Heathfield Hall was demolished in 1927.

Credits

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