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Description: Garden Walls and Gateways North of Bramshill House
Date Listed: 8 July 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 136388
OS Grid Reference: SU7595859597
OS Grid Coordinates: 475958, 159597
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3304, -0.9111
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SU 75 NE BRAMSHILL BRAMSHILL HOUSE
Garden walls and gateways
north of Bramshill House
Early C17, early C19. Rectangular enclosures project northwards from the House,
the adjacent smaller area having small doorway entrances near the house, and a
large arched opening (beneath stepped walling) on the axial line. The larger
northern enclosure ends in the Gateway (again on the axis); to the east of this
unit is a similar (and later) enclosure with doorways in the centre of each
side, comprising a cambered arch with a raised simple pediment treatment above.
These enclosures are bounded by high red brick walling (in English bond and
Flemish Garden Wall bond) with weathered top and plinth, the fourth enclosure
(east of that next to the house) has a pierced stone balustrade on the east and
Listing NGR: SP7258659622
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Source: English Heritage
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