Town Walls Tower
- Shrewsbury's last remaining medieval watchtower built on the town walls in the 14th century. At that time, the town was under frequent attack from the Welsh and the tower served as an observation point for the surrounding land and river.
- An elegant 18th-century mansion with Regency interiors near to the village of Atcham. The property was built for the 1st Baron of Berwick between 1782-5
and is one of the great country houses of Shropshire and was home to the Berwick family for over 160 years.
The park which includes woodlands and a deer park, was originally designed by Thomas Leggett and improved upon by Humphrey Repton. (5 miles)
- Sunnycroft is one of Englands finest examples of an Edwardian gentleman's residence still surviving today. Built in 1880 for John Wackrill and substantially extended in
1899 by the same builder working for the new owner Mary Jane Slaney. Sunnycroft is located near the county town of Wellington in Shropshire. Viewing is by timed tickets with an interesting and rewarding guided tour.
Carding Mill Valley
- Carding Mill Valley and the Shropshire Hills. An extensive and beautiful area of upland heath.
- Handsome 16th-century property and restored garden.
- Stone-built dwelling of Elizabethan origin.
- Elizabethan gabled manor house, unfurnished but with fine interior architectural features.
- Late 17th-century mansion with art collection, lakeside garden, dingle, woodland, lakes, River Severn and estate.
- A Medieval castle rising dramatically above the celebrated garden.
- A Victorian manor house with William Morris interiors and colourful garden.
Moseley Old Hall
- Elizabethan property, famous for its association with Charles II.
- Magnificent medieval fortress of the Welsh Marches.
- An Atmospheric property, featuring 485-hectare (1,200-acre) Country Park and formal walled garden.
- Rare survival of a complete estate, with all major buildings including mansion house, servants' quarters, model farm and walled garden.
For more information, please visit the National Trust
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