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Haden Hill House
Built in 1878, Haden Hill House is a large Victorian house of three storeys. A Grade II Listed building, it was built in a mixture of styles; Gothic, Classical, Dutch and Tudor influence. There is considerable local pride and interest in the house and it has been restored as it would have been occupied by Alfred Haden-Best.
Nearest major road is M5. Follow the A456 Kidderminster road to the junction of the A459, turn right and continue past Halesowen for approximately 2 miles to the junction with Barrs Road, turn left and left again past the Leisure Centre into Lee Road.
By Public Transport
Nearest station is Oldhill. Follow Station Road towards Waterfall Lane, turn left into Beauty Bank and cross Main Road at lights into Barrs Road. Turn left into Lee Road.
Haden Hill House facilities include:
- Groups accepted
- Min group size
- Max group size
- Picnic site
Haden Hill House accessibility includes:
- Ramp/level access
- Toilets for disabled visitors
- Service dogs permitted (eg guide dogs)
Contact - Haden Hill House
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