Admington Hall, a country house that was built during the Post Medieval period. It is located in Admington.
1 17th century stone house with 18th century facade.
2 The hipped roofs are of Welsh slate. The south elevation has 3 storeys and some 8 sash windows – the openings have architraves on second floor, architraves and entablatures on first floor and the same with pediments on ground floor. Venetian ground and first floor shutters. Parapet with modillion cornice and blocking course. Central Palladian arrangement of 3 windows, over later projecting
stone porch with columns in antis. The rear elevation has 3 storeys and attic storey, 3 gables. Stone mullion and transom windows with dripmoulds on all 4 storeys. Central chimney stacks, hipped Welsh slate roofs. Original fine stone staircase, cut spandrels, cast iron balusters.