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High Jervaulx  | OS Grid Ref: 417866,484864  | Site classified as: Orchard:Site Of  | HPG Ref: 60002

Map Evidence

1856/7 OS
Orchard S, and designed woodland to W & NW of house
1912 OS 25" (Sheets 85-1 W, 85-5 W)
Designed woodland (lollipop as above) as above.
1945 OS (Sheet SE 18 SE)
As above

Extract from Site Visit report

Site Description: Orchard
Site Access: Access from A6108 Designed woodland to west and northwest of house. Site of orchard to south of house.
Parking: Ice Cream Parlour.
Visibility: Clear view of orchard to South of house. Area of woodland to N. and N.W.; no way of determining whether contains orchard.
Micro climate: Sheltered by trees and sparse hedge.
North boundary: Wall 1m high.
South boundary: Hedge.
East boundary: Part wall, part tennis court.
West boundary: Modern barn.
Buildings: Chicken huts.
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: Field gate from drive.
Planting: 4 older fruit trees, one of which is large. 6 smaller fruit trees.
General Condition: Well maintained. Turkeys and geese keep grass short.
Other comments: None.
Recorder: BMJ
Date: 20/07/09

Additional Information

High Jervaux shown on 1851 OS map as a house surrounded by designed landscape with an orchard, which is still present.

Extract from 1851 OS map centred on Site
Extract from OS Landranger map centred on Site
Extract from Google Map image map centred on Site
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