Himley Hall

Has been described as a Possible Fortified Manor House

There are no visible remains

NameHimley Hall
Alternative Names
Historic CountryStaffordshire
Modern AuthorityStaffordshire
1974 AuthorityStaffordshire
Civil ParishHimley

The old hall, which stood upon or near the site of the present house, was a curious old structure of brick and stone, with a large moat round, and a bridge across to the great gates at the entrance.... (Shaw)

Gatehouse Comments

C18 hall on site of moated hall dating back to C14. Print of 1735 shows masonry house with C15 and C16 features and gatehouse with parapet.

- Philip Davis

Not scheduled

This is a Grade 2* listed building protected by law

Historic England Scheduled Monument Number
Historic England Listed Building number(s)
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Historic England (PastScape) Defra or Monument number(s)
County Historic Environment Record
OS Map Grid ReferenceSO888915
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  • Emery, Anthony, 2000, Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales Vol. 2 East Anglia, Central England and Wales (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) p. 342
  • Salter, Mike, 1997, Castles and Moated Mansions of Staffordshire (Malvern: Folly Publications) p. 31
  • Pevsner, N., 1974, Buildings of England: Staffordshire (London, Penguin) p. 147
  • Shaw, Stebbing, 1801, The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire (J.Nichols abd Son) (Republished 1976 by EP Publishing) Vol. 2 p. 223


  • Martin, H R (Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit), 2003, Himley Hall, Himley, Staffordshire: Archaeological Watching Brief. Trench 2; 5