Shadwell Court, Norfolk

The Grade I-listed Shadwell Court in Norfolk was initially built in 1715, but was extended and remodelled out of all recognition in 1840 by Edward Blore and again in 1857-60 by SS Teulon.

The striking Grade I-listed Shadwell Court in Norfolk is an impressive gothic country mansion. Shadwell Lodge (as it was originally known) was initially built in 1715, but was extended and remodelled out of all recognition in 1840 by Edward Blore and again in 1857-60 by SS Teulon. It has been empty since the mid 1990s and is owned by a member of the Dubai ruling family. It has extensive roof problems and has long been deteriorating.

Christopher Costelloe, Director of the Victorian Society, said: ‘Shadwell Court’s owner can easily afford to look after this important building properly. This major country house has been neglected for far too long and it will be a scandal if it isn’t put right soon.’


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