Winmarleigh Hall 5389

Winmarleigh, England, Lancashire, Wyre

Brief Description

Features of Winmarleigh Hall include a formal garden, an aviary, pheasantry and a fishpond.

History

Winmarleigh Hall was established in the late-19th century as a private residence for Lord Winmarleigh.

Detailed Description

Winmarleigh Hall has a formal garden located to the south of the house. To the north of the house, there is woodland and pleasure grounds. A fishpond, pheasantry and aviary are also located to the north.
Features
  • Fishpond
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  • Pheasantry
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  • Aviary
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Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Winmarleigh
History

Detailed History

Winmarleigh Hall was built in 1871 for John Wilson-Patten, Lord Winmarleigh. Much of Winmarleigh Hall burnt in 1927, but shortly after the fire it was re-built.