Hall shown with laid-out grounds/garden and orchard to S of buildings.
NB:-Pallisaded deer park, see map in possession of local archives (WY or NYCRO)
hall and orchard shown
Hall shown without orchard
Site Description: Garden and orchard. Deer park
Site Access: View from adjacent road and footpath
Visibility: Difficult and partial
Micro climate: N/A
North boundary: Stone wall, comprises a decorative insert at 0.5m height, drip sill stepped with the lie of the land
South boundary: Stone wall 2m50
East boundary: Stone wall 2m50
West boundary: Not visible
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: Not visible
Other man-made features: To the south, below the house and possible orchard site, lies a large area of terraced ground so as to form a flat platform bounded on the west by the remains of an old wall. In the field below, are the grassed over remains of a stone structure with an open southern entrance (kiln?). In the field across the road, a further grassed over stone building is visible (possible root store?)
Planting: 1 cherry and two other fruit trees visible over the wall
General Condition: Orchard trees not pruned, shrubs and bushes hanging over the wall
Possible contact: N/A
Other comments: :
Farmbuildings redeveloped recently. 'The Hayloft', 'the Tithe Barn' with 1 or 2 other houses corresponding to east and west wings of the house.
May repay more in depth study and examination of documentary record
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