Troy House 3323

Monmouth, Wales

Pgds 20091020 134306 Troy House2

Brief Description

The walls of an early 17th-century walled garden survive at Troy House. A map of 1706 shows it laid out as an orchard. There is an ice house and a game larder in the former park, which was laid out in the late-17th century.

History

Troy house has been a nunnery and a school in the recent past. There is a nuns' graveyard in a corner of the walled garden.

Features
  • Icehouse
  • Description: The icehouse is thought to date to the 18th or early-19th century.
  • Game Larder
  • Description: A small stone square building, possibly as early as late-17th century.
  • House (featured building)
  • Earliest Date:
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01443 336000

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