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Hillside Dacre Banks  | OS Grid Ref: 419700,461650  | Site classified as: Orchard:Site Of  | HPG Ref: 60178

Map Evidence

1854 OS
No record
1909 OS
Orchard to S and E of property. OS plot no: 818, Acreage: 1.724
1946 OS
As above
Named as Sulby House.
Now called Yorke House.

Extract from Site Visit report

Site Description: Formal garden
Site Access: Only on private garden 'open days'
Visibility: Good
Micro climate: Sheltered
Buildings: 1 old garden building – possibly Victorian potting shed
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: Modern
Water features: Stream dammed to form pond; stone surround possibly new
Planting: Remnants of old orchard with apple, pear and plum tree; lime 'tunnel' (age unknown)
Several specimen trees inc field maple & weeping willow; old trees along perimeter incl whitebeam, beech, larch plus old tree stumps
General Condition: Well maintained 'modern' garden
Recommendations: NFA
Other comments: Open under NGS and other open garden schemes; plus also for private group visits
Recorder: DJC
Date: 27/8/07

Parks and Gardens UK

The site details are held on the Parks and Gardens UK database; Record Id: 6848
Record created 13/04/2009

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