Toseland Hall 5944

Toseland, Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire, England

Brief Description

Features of Toseland Hall include a pool, a rockery and an extensive orchard.

History

Toseland Hall was created in the early-17th century as a private residence.

Detailed Description

To the west of the Hall is a group of restored Elizabethan buildings including a thatched timber barn and stables. Nearer the Hall lies a pool, once a horse pond, now filled with fish and surrounded by a rockery. To the east is an extensive orchard. Nearby was Graveley aerodrome runway. The Hall was protected during the Second World War by a large red light fixed on top of one of the chimneys.
Features
  • Pool
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  • Orchard
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  • Rockery
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  • Stable
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Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Toseland
History

Detailed History

This symmetrical small Tudor Hall with tall ornamental chimney stacks, was built in 1600 by Sir Nicholas Luke.
References

Contributors

  • Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust