Description: Gates, Overthrow, Gate Piers and Garden Wall at Rudding Park
Date Listed: 8 March 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 330680
OS Grid Reference: SE3314853087
OS Grid Coordinates: 433148, 453087
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9728, -1.4961
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SE 35 SW FOLLIFOOT RUDDING LANE
(east side, off)
4/17 Gates, overthrow, gate
piers and garden wall at
8.3.52 Rudding Park (formerly
listed under Rudding
Park House, stables and
Gates, overthrow, gate piers and garden wall. Probably early C19 for Sir
Joseph Radcliffe. Wrought-iron gates and overthrow, brick wall and piers,
English bond. Gates of 2 leaves, with semi-circular overthrow. Plain rails
and bars, outer panels and overthrow decorated with C and S scrolls.
Square-section piers approximately 4 metres high, with ashlar stepped coping
and ball finials. Wall approximately 60 metres long. Ashlar coping. This
wall stood between the rose garden (east side) and the kitchen garden (west
side) of the estate. The kitchen garden was converted to a caravan park
after 1972, and the rose garden is now grassed over. A G L Hellyer,"A New
Garden in a Reptonian Setting", Country Life, June 24, 1971 pp 1592-1594.
Listing NGR: SE3314853087
Source: English Heritage
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