The 1st edition Ordnance Survey map shows parkland with ponds and terraces. The 1961 Ordnance survey map shows a boathouse and hydraulic ram.
Pike (1910) says that the house belonged to Major R.L Thornton and that there was a park of 150 acres. It was artistically laid out and contained a sheet of ornamental water covering 5.5 acres.
The 1st edition Ordnance Survey map shows parkland with ponds and a terrace. The 1961 Ordnance Survey shows a large lake with a boathouse and hydraulic ram. The 1961 map and the Ordnance Survey Explorer 123 map show the same site, not apparently altered.
- Features & Designations
- Water Works
- Boat House
- Key Information
- Pike, W.T. Sussex in the twentieth century : contemporary biographies (Brighton: Pike, 1910)
Sussex Gardens Trust