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1 Warmington Allotments, Warmington. Lovie reports small hedged allotments enclosures to SW of village centre. He reports that site developed with modern housing at the time of his report (1996/7).
Small allotment enclosures. Site now developed. (not found on map)
Billesley Manor gardens
1 The gardens form part of the grounds of a Medieval and Post Medieval site, of which remains include earthworks, the Post Medieval house, dovecote, barns and the Grade I ...
Gardens dating to the Imperial period, including the county's best surviving topiary garden of this period. The gardens are attached to Billesley Manor.
Topiary garden at Compton Wynyates
1 Famous topiary ‘Best Garden’ created on terraces south of house post 1886. Important example of revival of topiary work, became famous image of English garden. The garden was removed ...
The site of a topiary garden which was established during the Imperial period. The topiary garden has now been replaced by a rose garden but some of the original garden features remain. It is situated at Compton Wynyates House.
Ilmington Manor grounds
1 Cotswold manor house restored and given formal gardens in the early 20th century. Features incude Dutch garden with topiary, rose garden, ponds, summer house. Recommended for inclusion on Parks ...
The site of a garden which was created in the 20th century, surrounding an earlier house. It is situated 200m north east of the church, Ilmington. Features include a Dutch garden with topiary, rose garden, ponds and a summer house. Listed Building Status for summer house in Dutch garden recommended by Lovie.
Lower Lark Stoke grounds
1 Gardens created in 19th century by William Fletcher. Features included ha-ha, plantation, shrubberies, terraces, ponds and cascade. Recommended for inclusion on Local List. 2 The OS 1:10560 1884 Sht Warks ...
Lower Lark Stoke grounds, gardens created in the Imperial period. They are marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1884. Features included a ha ha, ponds and a cascade. The gardens are located west of Ilmington.
Piper's Hill Garden
1 Garden mentioned in list of commissions c1930 by TH Mawson & Sons. Features include terraces, yew hedges, topiary. Recommended for inclusion on Local List. 2 – 3 OS 1:10560 1885 ...
A garden which included a topiary garden, created in the early 20th century. It is situated 1km south west of St Michael's Church, Bishop's Itchington.
1 Allotments of half an acre created by the mother of Dr Pusey (Oxford Movement churchman); he drew up rules. Recommended for inclusion on Local List. 2 Similar schemes originated at ...
Ratley allotments which were created during the Imperial period. They were situated 400m south east of Edge Hill and are marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Sun Rising House grounds
1 17th century stone house had gardens north of road in 1886. Post 1902 work around house when site formed part of Upton estate. Features include mixed planting, shrubberies, kitchen ...
Gardens of the Imperial and Modern periods around a 17th century house on Sun Rising Hill. In the 19th century the gardens were sited north of the road. They formed part of the Upton Estate in the early 20th century. Recommended for inclusion on Local List (Key Site) by Lovie.
Upper Skilts gardens
1 Gardens laid out c1914 by T H Mawson around 1880s house (extended c1908) within area of former deer park. Features include lawns, terraces, walled garden, pergola, rose garden, lodge, ...
Upper Skilts garden, dating from the Imperial to the 20th century. The garden features include a drive, pergola, terraces, rose garden and a tennis court. It is located 700m north east of Mappleborough Green. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie. Listed Building Status for surviving wrought-iron gate, gatepiers and doorway through fruit wall recommended by Lovie.
Ashorne Hill House, Ashorne
1 Photographs show an arts and crafts vernacular style garden around the house with yew hedges, topiary, terraces. Other features included parkland with paddock enclosures, ha-ha, pleasure grounds with walks, ...
Gardens and parkland which surround Ashorne Hill House, and which were created in the Imperial period. The grounds included yew hedges, a topiary, terraces, mixed planting, a ha ha and an orchard.They covered a large area to the north east of Ashorne. Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
Radway Grange grounds
1 Radway Grange was the home of Sanderson Miller who adapted an existing 16th century house to a mid 18th century Gothic style and designed a landscape park around it. ...
A landscape park surrounding Radway Grange. The park was developed from the Post Medieval period onwards and now incorporates 20th century gardens. The park and gardens are situated to the south east of Radway.
Packwood House Formal Gardens
1 The earliest garden areas are the east forecourt, the rectangular south garden enclosure, and a small area to the west of the house, with mid-17th century walls and structures. ...
The site of a park and formal garden dating from the Post Medieval period onwards. There are three gazebos and the garden contains a topiary garden said to represent the Sermon on the Mount. It is situated at Packwood House.
Hill Close Pleasure Gardens, Linen Street, Warwick
1 The close was first divided around 1846, by 1851 the eastern portion had been divided up with a service lane and plots on either side. By 1866 the ...
The remains of Hill Close Pleasure Gardens which date to the Imperial period. A reduced area of the gardens survives, together with some original features. It is situated to the south of Linen Street, Warwick. Recommendation by Lovie to review Register entry.
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