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Description: Ha-Ha, L-Shaped Running at 200 Metres South and East of Cranbury House
Date Listed: 27 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 145838
OS Grid Reference: SU4469523128
OS Grid Coordinates: 444695, 123128
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0058, -1.3643
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SU 42 SW HURSLEY CRANBURY PARK
7/26 Ha-Ha, L-shaped
runing at 200 m S
& E of Cranbury
Ha-Ha, early C19, by J B Papworth. Brick wall with Portland stone
coping and urns. Ha-Ha runs from some 200 m NW of the house to some 200 m
SW of it and then runs W parallel to S front. 2 m deep ditch with 3 m high
brick wall with stone coping and at 20 m intervals stone vases. Section S of
house has early C19 wrought iron gates each end by supposedly Italian crafts-
men. Between balustraded parapet with, at 5 m intervals, squat square piers
surmounted by stone vases.
Listing NGR: SU4474222715
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Source: English Heritage
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