Trewyn 3314

Abergavenny, Wales

Brief Description

The garden at Trewyn has the remains of late-17th-century terracing and steps. From the top terrace there is a view along a fragment of an axial avenue of pine trees running through the 17th-century landscape park. There is also probable 19th-century terracing and ornamental woodland planted in the early-20th century.

Features
  • Dovecote
  • Description: A well-preserved octagonal brick dovecote with 831 nesting niches.
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  • Avenue
  • Description: This is a short section of a Scots pine avenue leading from the house into the parkland. A 1726 map shows a longer avenue. The avenue may originally have been of oak and been replaced by pine in the 19th century.
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01443 336000

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