Early C19 pleasure grounds and park, now partly built over with 1960s housing. Surviving elements of original design include ornamental planting in Brockley Combe; grotto tunnel, entrance flanked by stone sphinxes, and one surviving odalisque within; walled garden. House (LB II) late C18 remodelled c1825 for J.H. Smyth-Pigott; grotto (LB II).
EH – Country House, now 13 flats. Late C18, remodelled c.1825 in a plain Greek Revival style for J.H. Smyth-Pigott. Render, lined out; slate roofs behind coped parapet; moulded cornice; rendered stacks. 2 storeys and cellars. 1:5:1 bays with recessed strips between the sections and setback corner strips. 12-pane and 8-pane glazing bar sash windows in moulded architraves; plain band over first floor. Projecting Doric portico with a flat entablature, a triglyph frieze and 4 fluted columns; 6-panel door under an overlight and an antique panel. The north-east wing has 8 similar windows and a hipped mansard roof with 8 dormers. Interior: said to have a twisted baluster staircase.
Listing NGR: ST4714766930 – Grade ll