|Town or city||Tardebigge|
|Client||Robert Windsor-Clive, 1st Earl of Plymouth|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||George Frederick Bodley & Thomas Garner|
|Designations||Grade II* listed|
Hewell Grange is a country house in Tardebigge, Worcestershire, England. "One of the most important late 19th century country houses in England", the mansion was built in 1884-91 by George Frederick Bodley & Thomas Garner for the Earl of Plymouth. Constructed in the Jacobethan style, it was "perhaps the last Victorian prodigy house." It is a Grade II* listed building. The park was developed by both Capability Brown and Humphry Repton and is on the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. The lake is a Site of Special Scientific Interest(SSSI).
The estate remained a seat of the Windsor-Clive family (who were made Earls of Plymouth) until it was sold to the state in the 20th century. There are several ruins of earlier houses on the estate, and a large number of listed buildings, structures and statues.
The House is of Cheshire Red Sandstone with a tile roof. It is of an Elizabethan E-plan, modelled on Montacute House, Somerset. The exterior is Jacobethan, of three storeys, the interior Italianate. The house is dominated by the massive Great Hall, comprising half the total space of the house. The elaborate decoration is largely "well-preserved." The Chapel in the porch contains carving by Detmar Blow.
- Brooks & Pevsner, p. 625
- "The National Heritage List for England | English Heritage". List.english-heritage.org.uk. Retrieved 2012-04-18.
- Brooks & Pevsner, p. 626
- Good Stuff IT Services. "Search: +Hewell +Grange". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 2012-04-18.
- Good Stuff IT Services (1903-08-15). "Hewell Grange - Tutnall And Cobley - Worcestershire - England". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 2012-04-18.
- Brooks & Pevsner, p. 627
- Brooks, Alan; Pevsner, Nikolaus (2007). Worcestershire. The Buildings of England. Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-300-11298-6.
- Aerial photo of Hewell Grange. Other map and aerial photo sources.
- Hewell Grange entry from The DiCamillo Companion to British & Irish Country Houses
- Painted Cloths by Garner and Bodley at Hewell Grange
- 6839 Hewell Grange, a Grange Class locomotive named after the building.