The site has a mainly wild garden with a lake and a semi-formal area to the west of the house. There are many large and aged specimens, some of which have been identified. A wide terrace runs along the west side of the house with a loggia.
The house dates from 1836-1840. It formed part of the Blackdown Estate. James Mangle hybridised rhododendrons here.
- House (featured building)
- Earliest Date:
- Latest Date:
- Description: There are many large specimens of rhododendron.
- Victorian (1837-1901)
Dr and Mrs W R Trotter
Sussex Gardens Trust