The Limes 5941

Offord Darcy, England, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire

Brief Description

Features of The Limes include paths, box hedges and ponds.

History

The Limes was created in the late-19th century as a rectory.

Detailed Description

A long rectangular shaped garden to the south of the house is divided by paths often with shrubs planted to one side, with several low box hedges. Conifers, mainly giant redwoods and pines, evergreens, and deciduous mature trees still remain. There are ponds to the north of the house.
Features
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  • Path
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  • Pond
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Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Offord Darcy
History

Detailed History

Situated between the High Street and the village church, this rectory was built in 1870 for the Reverend William Thornhill.