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Moat Mount Open Space and Scratchwood Open Space (also known as Moat Mount House, Scratchwood and Moat Mount Local Nature Reserve)

Introduction

The A1 Barnet Bypass bisected the site in 1927. Part became Mill Hill Golf Club, and the rest is now known as Moat Mount Open Space, which contains Leg of Mutton Pond. and on the other side of the A1, Scratchwood Open Space.

Visitor Access, Directions & Contacts

Access contact details

Opening is unrestricted (car park closes dusk).

Directions

Rail: Elstree & Boreham Wood, Mill Hill Broadway then bus. Tube: High Barnet, Totteridge & Whetstone, Edgware (Northern) then bus. Bus: 107, 251, 292, 614, 797, 306.

Owners

LB Barnet

History

Period

18th Century

Features & Designations

Designations

  • Conservation Area

  • Reference: Mill Hill (part )
  • Green Belt

  • Site of Nature Conservation Importance

Key Information

Type

Park

Purpose

Recreational/sport

Principal Building

Parks, Gardens And Urban Spaces

Period

18th Century

Survival

Extant

Hectares

66.24

Open to the public

Yes

References

Contributors

  • London Parks and Gardens Trust