Panaramic view

Galphay West  | OS Grid Ref: 425140,472660  | Site classified as: Garden  | HPG Ref: 60147

Map Evidence

1857 OS
Suggestion of gardens and buildings. Property not named.
1909 OS
Extensive garden complex situated to the west of the Green including looped driveway, mature trees and buildings. Property not named.
Possible associated orchard to the S of road

Extract from Site Visit report

Site Description: Garden complex
Site Access: View from village green and road to SW
Parking: On road past village green
Visibility: Not good, high walls.
Micro climate: Fairly sheltered
North boundary: Not visible
South boundary: Wall 3m high
East boundary: Wall 3m high and hedge
West boundary: Not visible
Buildings: Roof of large house visible, and former outbuilding now converted to dwelling.
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: Drive to main house, gateway with iron gates
Water features: Not visible
Other man-made features: Steps on E side leading up a slope
Natural features: Not visible
Planting: Visible planting modern
General Condition: Good
Local knowledge: None
Photographs: (Yes)
Other comments: Now known as Galphay Manor. Gardens appear to be split between main house and former outbuilding.
Recorder: EB
Date: 20/02/10.

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