Orchard depicted to E of house, Southerly aspect
No orchard shown in enclosure 0.720 acres Sheet 136/11
No orchard depicted
Site Description: Orchard
Site Access: By footpath to the S of 17C house allowing a view of the gardens over the wall to the S. The orchard lies to the E of the house and is bounded on the west by the formal garden to the front of the house.
Micro climate: South-facing on exposed hillside with mature tree shelter belt to W & N
North boundary: 2m dressed stone wall
South boundary: 1m50 stone wall on bank
East boundary: Not visible
West boundary: Not visible
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: To the west, a doorway in a dressed stone wall leads into the garden. To the south a wrought iron gate flanked by stone posts faces a gravel path leading to the main door of the house and defines two formal areas of planting on either side.
Other man-made features: Outside the west wall of the garden stands a sundial mounted on a stone plinth with three steps. The square sundial face is mounted on a hexagonal column base. It is a listed feature (see record 60013).
Planting: Within the orchard, there are 6 old apple trees, 2 modern pears and Tayberries. The formal garden consists of two lawned areas to each side of the path with narrow borders around three sides
General Condition: Well-maintained and tidy
Possible contact: N/A
Local knowledge: N/A
Other comments: NFA
The orchard is part of Brimham Lodge Farm.
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