There’s even a coach house in the grounds which dates back to the 17th century and houses a drawing room, dining room, kitchen and two bedrooms.
The six-bedroom mansion, which is on the market for £4.25 million, has an all-weather tennis court, a football pitch, paddocks and a very large wildlife pond.
The “imposing and substantial detached house” has six bathrooms, a formal dining room and a private courtyard.
The estate has only been on the market once in the last 60 years.
Pedmore Hall was built on the site of the original Pedmore Manor, which was demolished in 1607. The house as it is today was re-designed around the coach house. The staircase at the rear of the property was erected in 1670.
The prestigious King Edward VI College is just down the road in Stourbridge.
Estate agents Knight Frank are selling the property on Rightmove.