Early C19 parkland on earlier site: Tudor mansion demolished 1811. Two ruined gazebos, formal pond and prospect terrace remain from earlier garden. Repton Red Book 1814, although few of his suggestions were taken up. Dramatic landscape of Paradise Bottom enhanced first with terrace marked by surviving Sweet Chestnuts, then with walks and a stone seat overlooking Avon; immense small-leaved Limes survive. Elaborate approach through ornamental plantations; ice house; walled garden; stable block. Site of medieval village removed by Miles. Good number of exotics survive in woods. House (LB II*) 1814, Thomas Hopper for Philip Miles; Greek Revival arch and flanking lodges (LB II) 1814 by Hopper; modest cottage-type lodge early C19.