Predominantly C19 garden. Picturesque riverside walk entered via stone gate piers and iron gate, still retaining much ornamental planting; avenue of horse chestnuts to house; many specimen trees on lawns, and C20 ‘Dutch garden’.
The site is now redeveloped and restored for residential use
C19 walled gardens and small park on older site. Main feature is C19 garden wall/arcade; C12 archway over entrance to garden, presumably made an ornamental feature in the C19. Garden walls incorporate ecclesiastical fragments.
Early C19 parkland. thickly wooded and bounded to south-east with ha-ha. Fine ornamental woodlands.
and well-planted park; notable sequoias. Driveway lined with Victorian statuary.
Current state of garden not known
C18 park and woodland, now in use as a hotel. Originally C17 deer park extending to 3000a. Icehouse and lakes in farmland; large walled kitchen garden adjoining house; ruined fragment of earlier house c1700.
Early C18 park on older site. Admired by Collinson in 1791, improved first half C19 by then occupant Mary Day (d.1846). Land attached to house now much reduced. Features include superb specimen trees;
walled kitchen garden; Italian garden; sunken garden on site of C19 pond; rockery.
C18 park and formal garden. Remodelled 1980s.
Canal and some mature planting survive from C18 layout. New garden features include a temple, a cascade, two gazebos, a formal pond with fountain and urns, an orangery, statuary, paths and realigned driveways, as well as major replanting.