Toft Hall 3271

Knutsford, England

Brief Description

Features of Toft Hall include an arched stone bridge, a ha-ha, a woodland garden and parkland.

History

Toft Hall was established in the 17th century as a private residence.

Detailed Description

Toft Hall's parkland and gardens were remodelled in 1809. The park was landscaped and a mere and island were constructed. Other features include an arched stone bridge, a ha-ha, a woodland garden and a cat house. There are also remains of a formal garden.

The house is currently under refurbishment by the owners. Most of the grounds have been converted back to agricultural use.

Features
  • Island
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  • Manor House (featured building)
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Ornamental Bridge, Ha-ha
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Knutsford
History

Detailed History

Toft Hall was created in the 17th century. The park and gardens were remodelled in 1809. There may have been a Prisoner of War camp based at the site in the 1940s, but evidence is limited. The estate is currently a private residence.
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Contributors

  • E. Bennis

  • J. Dyke