Panaramic view

The Mount Bewerley  | OS Grid Ref: 415580,465260  | Site classified as: Garden  | HPG Ref: 60249

Map Evidence

1856 OS
Not examined
1909 OS
Large house, garden terrace and banking visible, upon close examination. Also possible walled garden, woodland and stream
1973 OS
As above

Extract from Site Visit report

Site Access: Private land
Parking: N/A
Visibility: Restricted, from road
Micro climate: Partly sheltered in deep valley, frost pockets in part
North boundary: Stone wall?
South boundary: Stone wall
East boundary: Iron fence, yew hedge
West boundary: Iron fence, beech hedge
Buildings: Outbuildings including: glasshouse, summerhouse, storage under lawn, boiler room, two-storey outhouse
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc: Edged pathways, limestone edging, iron stile
Water features: Pond
Other man-made features: Sundial, millstones, tennis lawn, rockery
Natural features: Beck in steep valley, fossils, whalebone?
Planting: Many ornamental trees, old roses, yew hedge, topiary hedge, ferns
General Condition: Partly overgrown
Other comments: House built in 1877 by Robert Ingelby
Recorder: MAW
Date: 10/5/10

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