Inham Hall, Wisbech St Mary 6234

Wisbech St Mary, England, Cambridgeshire, Fenland

Brief Description

Features of Inham Hall include a large lawn, a ha-ha and orchards.

History

Inham Hall was created in the early-18th century.

Detailed Description

The drive to the east of the Hall is through conifers and flowering cherry trees. To the north-west is a small park with horse chestnuts and limes. In front of the Hall is a large lawn edged with mixed borders either side which lead to a ha-ha at the edge of the park. The Hall is framed by mature deciduous trees. The garden to the west of the Hall is protected from west winds by tall conifers. The land to the east has been developed for housing. Immediately around and to the south of the Hall are extensive orchards.
Features
  • Ha-ha
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  • Lawn
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  • Orchard
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  • Hall (featured building)
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Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Wisbech St. Mary
History

Detailed History

Inham Hall was built in 1723 and is situated west of the school.
References

Contributors

  • Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust