Monument record M18250 - Chilwell Hall


MANOR HOUSE (Medieval to Mid-20th Century)


Grid reference SK 51820 35979 (point)
Map sheet SK53NW
District Broxtowe
Locality Chilwell
Civil Parish Beeston, Broxtowe


Type and Period (1)

Full Description

Chilwell Hall. (1)
The Charlton family owned Chilwell Hall from 1572 to 1932. The Hall stood approximately on the bend of present day Farm Road, with the entrance gates at the junction of Hall Drive and Chilwell High Road. The original house, probably built by the Martell family was in existence by the C15. Sir William Babbington rebuilt it in C15, other alterations and additions were made in the late C16 and again about 1652. … Largely pulled down and rebuilt c.1803. … left in situ the thick walls of the wine cellars, probably remnants of the original manor house. … the house was demolished in 1933. (2)
See M5209 for Chilwell Manor.

<1> OS, 1914-38, 6in 1914-38 (Map). SNT1061.

Other Refs: 41/16

<2> Jones PE, 2006, Lost Houses of Nottinghamshire, pp 16-17 (Monograph). SNT1893.

Sources/Archives (2)

  • <1> Map: OS. 1914-38. 6in 1914-38.
  • <2> Monograph: Jones PE. 2006. Lost Houses of Nottinghamshire. pp 16-17.

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  • None recorded

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Record last edited

Jan 19 2023 7:34PM

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