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Autumn in Thundridge Hill House Garden


The well-established garden of approximately 2.5 acres features several seating areas to enjoy the views of both the surrounding land and that of the planting, which is full of colour and interest with well-established shrubs, trees and perennials.


Season:
Autumn


Location:
Hertfordshire, UK


Credits:
GAP Photos/Anna Omiotek-Tott


Feature No:   3952 

Qty of Images:    79 

 
  
  
 
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Synopsis
The well-established gardens of approx 2.5 acres at Thundridge Hill House have been opened to the public for more than 20 years. The home was originally a farmhouse on the Youngsbury estate and the current owners have created several seating areas in the garden to enjoy the views of both the surrounding land and of the planting, which is full of colour and interest with well-established shrubs, trees and perennials. There is orchard with pears and quinces and a wooden barn. One of the features of the garden at Thundridge Hill House is the hedges, but also the views beyond. The hedges create structure and enclosed spaces in the garden while far-reaching vistas open on to the Rib Valley and across to Youngsbury Park, a mid-18th-century park and woodland designed by the revolutionary 18th century landscape architect Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.

 

 

 
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