Please note that some of the properties listed here are private residences and not
open to the public, so do respect their privacy at all times. New Hall Mill is open
to the public at certain times in the summer; see their website here.
New Hall Mill
This is a Grade 2, two and a half story high, listed building from the 18th century.
It is one of only two surviving water mills in the Birmingham area and is privately
owned and managed by the New Hall Water Mill Preservation Trust. See the website
for open days to the public.
New Hall Hotel
Originally a 13th century manor house, New Hall Hotel is England’s oldest inhabited
moated manor house. More information on this award winning hotel can be found here.
Formerly called Ford Keepers Cottage, Vesey Cottage was reputedly built as a lodge
for the guide or keeper to escort people over the adjacent ford. Being one of 51
stone houses built by John Vesey in Sutton Coldfield between 1520 and 1540, it is
now a private residence.
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This 15th century house was dismantled, relocated and rebuilt from Wiggins Hill Rd
(approx 3 miles away) to Wylde Green Road, Walmley in 1910. It is today a private