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Blackwell Grange Golf Club

Introduction

Elements of the early landscaping scheme still survive today. The avenue of trees which formed the approach remains and the property boundaries of Grangeside follow the course of the small tree lined stream which is still located along the northern boundary wall as a wet ditch. The fishpond with its stone edging still survives and many of the tree lined avenues were retained, but softened in the more fashionable naturalistic style in 1802. Today, the parkland continues to make a positive contribution to the character of the Blackwell area with a tree lined perimeter that gives the area a green and leafy feel. Despite the use of the site as a golf course, it is remarkable that so many features survive from before 1790 and from 1802.

Visitor Access, Directions & Contacts

Access contact details

The site is now a golf course and is open to members.

Directions

http://www.blackwellgrangegolf.com/location-map.aspx

Owners

Blackwell Grange Golf Club Ltd.

Key Information

Type

Landscape Park

Purpose

Golf Course

Principal Building

Golf Course

Survival

Extant

Open to the public

Yes

References

References

Contributors

  • Caroline Hardie