|Church Gardens Nursery *||Hillingdon|
* on The National Heritage List for England, Parks & Gardens
The site has vestiges of the C17th garden complex of the former Harefield Place, now demolished. Nursery Cottage, a remnant outbuilding to the larger house, is also C17th in origin, with late C18th/early C19th additions. Features of the garden include a nuttery and remains of terracing, and garden walls south-west of the cottage enclose two inner garden areas. On the south-west face of the north-east wall is an arcade of tall round-backed niches with half hemispherical heads, also C17th.
The information shown above was correct at the time of the last update 01/11/2005
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Harefield Place: Site on The National Heritage List for England, Parks & Gardens, for Register Entry see https://www.historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list
DoE buildings list; John Finney, Conservation Officer, LB Hillingdon.