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Rycote Park

The gardens have been restored to reflect the landscape park design of Lancelot Brown towards the end of the 18th century. Views from the house to the lake have been opened up and the lake having been dredged has been returned to its former glory. The house having been restored and extended in the early 20th and early 21st century has attractive formal gardens around it as well as pleasure grounds. Closer to the house are lawns and pleasure grounds as well as formal gardens. There is interesting planting along the pathways to the lake and surrounding area and many new trees have been planted in the areas of woodland and gardens surround the house. There is also a productive walled kitchen garden and glasshouse.
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