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.
- Associated Buildings
House C18, extended after 1856.