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Description: 2 Interlocking Walled Gardens Including Beebole 30 Metres South East of Twinstead Hall
Date Listed: 22 August 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 115838
OS Grid Reference: TL8613536528
OS Grid Coordinates: 586135, 236528
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9960, 0.7099
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TWINSTEAD CHURCH ROAD
TL 83 NE (SOUTH SIDE)
2 interlocking walled
5/117 gardens including
beebole 30m south east
of Twinstead Hall
Two interlocking walled gardens, late C18 in red brick with some grey headers.
Main garden walls are approx. 3m high with square piers with stone copings and
outer face has battered coping. South west smaller garden has walls of variable
character generally lower in height. Arched gateways with wrought iron gates
in centre of east face of main garden and in north west corner. Beebole in
south end of west wall. Stone plaque within north west corner of main garden
states: SIR JOHN MARRIOTT LAID THIS FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEW CHURCH OF
TWINSTEAD 29TH DAY OF JUNE 1791 JOHN BRADFORD CARPENTER ISAAC SLYTHE BRICKLAYER
AND MASON. Obviously reused. (Twinstead Hall is not listable)
Listing NGR: TL8613536528
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Source: English Heritage
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