Bailrigg House (also known as Bailrigg Health Centre)5242

Bailrigg, England, Lancashire, Lancaster

Brief Description

Bailrigg House's features include garden terraces, shrubs, lawns and a pond.

History

Bailrigg House was created in the early-20th century. By 1976, the house was part of the campus of the University of Lancaster.

Detailed Description

Bailrigg House's landscape consists of a five hectare garden. The garden is located to the front and side of the house. To the front of the house, the garden has two level terraces, shrubs and flowerbeds. To the side of the house, there are lawns, ornamental shrubs and a pond. There is also an island, which has a boathouse.
Features
  • Boat House
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  • Shrubbery
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  • Garden Terrace
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  • Pond
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  • Lawn
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  • Mansion House (featured building)
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  • Island
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History

Detailed History

Bailrigg House was established in 1907. At this time, the gardens were designed by Thomas Mawson and Ernest Milner for Herbert Storey. By 1976, Bailrigg House was owned by the University of Lancaster. Currently, Bailrigg House is a health centre for the University of Lancaster.

Period

  • Early 20th Century (1901-1932)
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References

Contributors

  • E. Bennis and J. Dyke