Brockhampton Court


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The house stands in superb grounds of approximately six acres. The well established gardens contain many specimen trees and shrubs among the pleasant walks. Steps from the rear lawns lead to an enclosed rose garden and a delightful summerhouse. There are two ponds-at the rear of the house is a formal pond with a fountain, created by Walenty Pytel, whose work can also be seen outside the Houses of Parliament and Birmingham Airport, and beside the house is a larger natural pond with many varieties of ducks. Pheasants and wildlife abound.

Adjacent to the driveway of Brockhampton Court is the thriving Brockhampton Cricket Club, where residents can spend a summer's afternoon enjoying first-class cricket with Minor Counties fixtures.

At the West entrance to the drive is the original picturesque Lodge Cottage- now the village Post Office. Opposite is the thatched Church of All Saints with it beautifully kept churchyard. Built in 1902 it replaced the original 15th century church, the ruins which stand next to the garden of the Court.

Brockhampton Court Nursing Home

Dr. and Mrs. C J Allen purchased Brockhampton Court in early 1996, and the house has undergone an extensive programme of improvements and refurbishment in order to convert it into a first-class nursing and residential home.

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