Description: Front Garden Wall and Ha-Ha at South Kilburn Park
Date Listed: 20 December 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 332868
OS Grid Reference: SE5008878234
OS Grid Coordinates: 450088, 478234
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1974, -1.2337
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KILBURN HIGH AND LOW -
SE 57 NW
5/10 Front garden wall and
ha-ha at South Kilburn
Garden wall and ha-ha. Late C18, probably 1798 as house (qv). Coursed squared
stone and coursed rubble. Rubble-walled ha-ha in front of house, approximately
0.75 metres high with flat coping, curves in a bow and is ramped up either side
of bow to form wall approximately 1½ metres high on right and 3 metres high on left.
On the right, the return of the wall is broken by a gateway having square-section
piers with plinths and chamfered capstones; the wall then returns to house, ramping
up over doorway beside the outbuilding wing. On the left, the return wall has
buttresses and where it turns to return to the house there is, to its rear, a
derelict privy building containing a 3-seater privy in the front section and a door
from there into a rear section, formerly containing a single-seater privy (now
Listing NGR: SE5008878234
Source: English Heritage
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