This is a modern deer park on the remains of 18th-century parkland on 13th-century deer park. This record was checked with South Gloucestershire Historic Environment Records Officer - June 2010.
A 13th-century deer park was overlain by 18th-century parkland. There is now a modern deer park on the site.
Over Court has a modern deer park on the remains of 18th-century parkland overlying a 13th-century deer park, partly built over. Features include extensive terraces, ice houses, remains of fish ponds, later boating lake and blocks of woodland. The well-timbered parkland retains its character despite agricultural use since the demoltion of the house in 1981.
The archway to Over Court (listed building grade II*) is of mid-18th-century date in classical style and has been recently restored. The mid-18th-century gate piers, wall and gate are listed grade II.
- Boating Lake
- Description: Fishponds, later used as a boating lake.
- Tree Feature
- Description: Woodland and well-wooded parkland.
- House (featured building)
- Description: This mid-18th-century classical style house has recently been restored. However, a 16th-century house was demolished in 1981.
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Avon Gardens Trust