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Walled Garden with Gates Immediately South of Rhinefield Hunting Lodge, Brockenhurst

Description: Walled Garden with Gates Immediately South of Rhinefield Hunting Lodge

Grade: II
Date Listed: 28 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 144332

OS Grid Reference: SU2636803814
OS Grid Coordinates: 426368, 103814
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8333, -1.6269

Location: Brockenhurst, Hampshire SO42 7QB

Locality: Brockenhurst
Local Authority: New Forest District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: SO42 7QB

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Listing Text


9/4 Walled garden with gates
immediately south of
28.7.86 Rhinefield Hunting Lodge


Walled garden with gates. Circa 1890 by WH Romaine-Walker, possibly early 1900.
Brick,some stone dressings, wrought iron gates. 150m by 200m wall, with one
longer side facing stableblock (Rhinefield Hunting Lodge) (qv), the other nearest
side to house. Wall about 3m high. Side to stableblock ramps down in front of
courtyard to 1½m high. In it are 2 single wrought-iron garden and tiled shed
built onto wall. Wall continues in front of entrance to stableblock with another
single wrought-iron gate with wall ramping down to it either side. This gate is
matched by another on opposite wall. Front wall has in centre stone square-plan
piers surmounted by ball finials. Between, pair of wrought-iron gates with
overthrow. On opposite wall single wrought-iron gates. On side nearer house is
further enclosed garden with low wall and hedges around it.

Listing NGR: SP2741814044

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Source: English Heritage

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