Monument record MLI116188 - Walled Garden, Ivy House, Haugham


A late 18th century walled garden, to the immediate north of Ivy House, Haugham.

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Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Full Description

The walled garden at Ivy House was the subject of historical research in March 2011, when an assessment of its significance was produced to inform proposed development on the site. The structure is a late 18th enclosed garden defined by red brick walls. The garden was originally approximately square in plan, although parts of the walling have since been demolished, particularly the northern and part of the eastern wall. Two distinct phases of brickwork can be seen in the western wall, with hand-made Georgian bricks laid in Old English Garden Wall bond evident in the lower part, and smoother faced, machine-made Victorian bricks to the upper part. A Victorian post box is also set into the western wall, adjacent to the entrance to Ivy House. {1}

Sources/Archives (1)

  •  Report: Elizabeth Mayle. 2014. The Walled Garden, Ivy House, Haugham. -.



Grid reference Centred TF 3365 8161 (40m by 34m) Estimated from sources

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Record last edited

Mar 21 2021 8:35PM


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