Rode Hall, Formal Garden, Stoke on Trent, Cheshire, England
Record Id: 3646
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Part/component area of: Rode Hall
Brief description of site
Rode Hall, formal garden was originally created by William Andrews Nesfield in 1861. Nesfield's design has been replaced by a central flower bed in a star shape and is planted with Queen Elizabeth II roses. A statue of a Wood Nymph made from bronze stands in the centre of the design.
Brief history of site
William Andrew's Nesfield created the formal garden in 1861. By 1914 the garden was in decline and was replaced by a simplier design.
Address: Rode Hall, Church Lane, Scholar Green, ST7 3QP
Locality: Stoke on Trent, Cheshire
Cheshire East; Odd Rode
Historical County: Cheshire
|OS Landranger Map Sheet Number:||118||Grid Ref:||SJ 819 572|
Form of site: formal
Purpose of site: ornamental garden
Site first created: 1861
Main period of development: Mid 19th century