A 1750 house and garden. The house is on an elevated, South-facing terrace with splendid views of the Gordano Valley. To the South, a Brownian-like park comes right up to the house. There is an unusual bell-shaped kitchen garden, a fairly run-down water feature and several structures in the wood behind. One of these is a monument to a friend that appears to have been moved at some time. There is a magnificent tree avenue cutting across the park in front of the house built in 1880 to bypass Belmont to improve access from Tyntesfield to the new station at Flax Bourton.