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  • England , Habberley

    The grounds were laid out in the mid-19th century, on an earlier medieval manorial estate.

  • England , Greater London

    Hackbridge Green is an old village green, today a triangular open space with fine mature trees and C18th cottages forming the backdrop.

  • England , Ripon

    Hackfall has a semi-natural ancient woodland which is set in a natural gorge. Paths and vistas cut through the wood lead to follies, cascades and water features.

    Hackfall, Rocky Knoll Hackfall, Rocky Knoll

  • England , Scarborough

    Hackness Hall has an associated landscape park. The design of the park is possibly by Peter Atkinson.

  • England , London

    Various facilities have been provided over the years, including women's toilets in 1908, Hackney Downs Lodge in 1959, an extension to the bowling green in 1960 as well as the playground and sports courts.

  • England , Greater London

    Hackney Marshes are predominantly used for playing fields.

  • England , Greater London

    The north part of the former burial ground was converted into a small public garden, the tombstones stacked against the boundary walls around a central lawn in which are planted five Irish yews.

  • England , Lincoln

    Hackthorn Hall has a walled landscape park surrounding a late 18th-century hall. Features include a stream running west-east across the site, which has been enlarged to form a lake near the house.

  • England , Basingstoke

    Hackwood Park has an early formal woodland garden and landscape park. The registered site covers around 400 hectares, of which the woodland garden is around 30 hectares. The site dates from around 1720, and was probably created by James Gibbs in the style of Le Notre. Further work was undertaken in the later 18th century to early-19th century.

    Hackwood Park, a historic view Hackwood Park, a historic view

  • England , Haddenham

    Previous features of Haddenham Garden remains include a canal, terraces, a pond, a cascade and an avenue.

  • Scotland , Ellon

    The house, former deer park and current Country Park are set within the wider Haddo Estate. Features include walks, lakes and a terraced garden.

    Haddo House, NT Scotland. Long view to house. Haddo House, NT Scotland. Long view to house.

  • England , Bakewell

    Haddon Hall has a restored parkland and terraced gardens occupying about 62 hectares. These form a series of terraced stone walled gardens. The terraces probably have their origins in the 16th century. The site underwent a major restoration, undertaken with great sensitivity in the early-20th century.

  • England , Greater London

    Hadley Green is an ancient tract of commonland now bisected by roads.

  • England , Telford

    There was a medieval park at Hadley, which was later developed into a country estate. Surviving landscape features and toponyms allow some reconstruction of the earlier park's extent.

  • England , Droitwich

    Hadzor Hall is an 18th-century country house in a contemporary landscape park. Features include a conservatory, a Dell Pool Shrine, pleasure grounds, a wood, a fountain and a kitchen garden.

  • England , Ledbury, Herefordshire

    Haffield is a small early 19th-century estate with parkland, ornamental trees and a kitchen garden.

  • Wales , Aberystwyth

    This was a significant landscape designed according to the principles of the Picturesque, and an essential destination for tourists in the late-18th to early-19th centuries. The mid-20th-century forested landscape is undergoing restoration to reveal the original Picturesque structure and scenic walks.

    Hafod, Tyloge Bridge Hafod, Tyloge Bridge

  • Wales , Aberystwyth

    This small walled garden on a south-facing precipice was created for Mariamne Johnes as a secret retreat and botanical space. It included a moss house and an ornamental urn by Thomas Banks, inscribed with sentimental verse by Samuel Rogers. No original plantings survive, although later exotic plants include ginkgo, yellow buck-eye and hiba.

    Part/component of: Hafod

    Mariamne's garden, Hafod Mariamne's garden, Hafod

  • Wales , Aberystwyth

    The flower garden was overgrown by the 1930s and severely damaged by forestry activity in the 1950s. Some restoration of the perimeter wall and gates was done in 1988-9. After clearance of a mature sitka spruce plantation in 2009 the stumps were extracted, the former forest road re-routed outside the garden, and the soil surface graded. Further restoration will be required.

    Part/component of: Hafod

    Hafod, Mrs Johnes' Garden, after stump removal and re-routing the forest road Hafod, Mrs Johnes' Garden, after stump removal and re-routing the forest road

  • Wales , Llangernyw

    Hafodunos is a mid-19th-century house designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott on the site of a previous religious house. The contemporary garden comprises terraces and a collection of trees and shrubs. There are picturesque woodland walks in neighbouring valleys.

    Hafodunos Hall Residential Training Centre Hafodunos Hall Residential Training Centre