Early C18 garden, overlaid with early and later C20 additions. Pools, stone-built cascade, well-preserved mount and terraces appear to date from building of house, and suggest an original layout of terraces, pleasure grounds, and miniature park or meadow.
Early C20 Italianate layout by former owner, Horace Annesley Vachel, attributed to Harold Peto, comprises reworked terraces, formal pool, water-garden, hedges; continuing modifications c1970.
- Associated Buildings
Bronze fountain (LB I) C16; two-storey gazebo with grotto below C18.
House (LB I) and forecourt (LB I), c1727, possibly by Thomas Greenway, for Philip Bennet.
- Conservation Management Plan
1995 Nicholas Pearson Associates. Historic Landscape Survey and Management Plan. for English Heritage. No source details