Garden on earlier site: C19 arboretum with rare specimens, undergoing restoration and replanting; derelict icehouse; walled kitchen garden; C19 boating pond now formal lily pond; two ha-has; steps, piers and urns.
House now a school.
C19 landscape park, 1843 onwards, for Earl of Ducie, on site of C15 deer park: terraced gardens, domed conservatory; walled kitchen garden; well-wooded with wide range of varieties, many exotic, huge ornamental
pears, Tortworth chestnut, laburnum and wisteria arch; 21a. arboretum noted for its American oaks, hickories,
monkey-puzzles, rare exotics and unique specimens; lake with boat house, cascade and ornamental conifers.
Semi-formal C19 garden remnant of extensive mid C17 estate: lawns with ha-has; C17 garden chapel; battlemented walled vinery with archway and glasshouses; walled kitchen garden; walled sunken garden; formal garden with steps and stone sphinxes, 1840, in Coade Stone produced by Coade & Sealy of Lambeth; formal ponds; many large specimen trees, ancient yews.
Formerly a school. Now in residential use.
Terrace garden leading to naturalistic valley garden, from 1904 by Dr. Francis Crossman: terraces formerly contained collection of rock plants; valley garden straddling Bradley Brook; large specimens of sequoia, pines, cherries, almonds, acacias, tree cotoneaster, bamboos, rhododendrons, many unusual varieties; extensive collection of spring-flowering bulbs. A well known showpiece pre-1939 with much surviving in neglected condition.
Now residential apartments.