The gardens at Naseby Hall probably date back originally to the early 19th century, when the house was built.
Naseby Hall was built around 1822 by the Fitzgerald family. A map dating back to 1827 suggests that a small park or garden was associated with the house at that time.
- Country House (featured building)
- Description: An early 19th-century house, later extended and then rebuilt and remodelled after fire in the mid-20th century.
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- Garden Terrace
- Description: A raised, broad gravel terrace with geometrically shaped beds of grass with central ornaments.