Description: Walled Garden and Attached Sheds Approximately Seventy Five Metres North East of Egton Manor House
Date Listed: 7 July 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 327480
OS Grid Reference: NZ8053505250
OS Grid Coordinates: 480535, 505250
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4363, -0.7599
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EGTON EGTON BRIDGE
16/10 Walled garden and
attached sheds approx-
metres north-east of
Egton Manor House
Garden walls and shed. Probably C18 with C19 alteration. Herringbone-
tooled sandstone, south and east walls banded internally in orange-red
brick in English garden wall bond. Sandstone ashlar dressings. Shed
roofed in pantiles. Walls of varying heights, ramped up in places
following sloping ground. Flat coping. Gateway in south wall has
square-section chamfered piers with keyed round arch on moulded imposts.
Moulded cornice beneath entablature supporting heraldic beasts. In east
wall, keyed segment-arched niche with seat, and keyed round-arched
gateway. Similar gateway in north wall. Sheds in south side: 1-storey,
5-bay range. Paired board doors in centre, and paired flat arches beneath
chamfered timber lintel at far right end. Remaining openings are 16-pane
sashes. Doors and windows have tooled lintels. Corbelled eaves; coped
gables and central stack. Left return: louvred owlhole in chamfered
surround in gable end. Walled garden possibly survives from earlier house
occupied by the Elwes family until 1869.
Listing NGR: NZ8053505250
Source: English Heritage
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