The Estate is Grade II Listed, which includes the Main House and other buildings within the site, elements of the garden and wider landscape.
The landscape grounds were added to the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens at Grade II on 31st of July 2002. The building and the grounds are also included within a Conservation Area & the local AONB.
Our involvment started in November 2011 and the landscape has been evolving ever since. The restorations have seen two lakes reinstated, the creation of natural ponds and water features, the renessance of the Orchards, the Forecourt and a number of garden rooms around the Main House, the creation of a wildflower meadow, newt ponds, the establishment of a new Lime Avenue and extensive perennial planting.
The Estate landscape strategy in accordance with Biodynamic and Organic principles.