|Designated||12 December 1953|
The house was built on a former messuage owned by Alexander Baynham as early as 1524. It was built with ashlar in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, with an extension in the nineteenth century.
Eastbach Court was acquired in 1987 by David David Rowe-Beddoe, now Baron Rowe-Beddoe, and his wife Madeleine from the Symonds family. It was lovingly restored over two years to its original beauty. The main house has a Cuban Mahogany cantilevered staircase and a Batty Langleydesign arch.
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- British Listed Buildings: Eastbach Court, English Bicknor
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