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Double herbaceous border and seat in the garden of Arley Hall in Cheshire

Arley Hall

Northwich, Cheshire

The house was designed by George Latham in 1830s for Rowland Egerton. The earlier Brownian landscape was redesigned in 1830s with further developments in the twentieth century.

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Brightly coloured flowers in the double herbaceous border in the gardens of Chomondeley Castle in Cheshire


Malpas, Cheshire

Seat to the Cholmondeley family since the twelfth century, the present house replaced a timber-framed hall nearby.

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Trees and sky reflected in the Lake at Dunham Massey, Cheshire

Dunham Massey

Altrincham, Cheshire

Little remains of the original house and garden which was begun in the early seventeenth century by Sir George Booth and finished after the end of the Civil War.

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Brightly coloured Italian Garden below Lyme Park in Cheshire

Lyme Park

Stockport, Cheshire

Originally a sixteenth century deer park, the house was enlarged and remodelled in 1720s by Giacomo Leoni, a Venetian born architect, for Peter Legh. The house is surrounded by formal gardens of around fifteen acres….

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Rode Hall

Scholar Green, Cheshire

Roger Wilbrahm bought Rode Hall in 1669 from his cousin Randle Rode. The Hall consists of two houses, the first completed in 1708 and the second in 1752; the houses were joined together in 1800s.

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View from the Terrace at Tatton Park with the lake beyond


Knutsford, Cheshire

Covering over fifty acres, there is much to see at Tatton. The current house was built at the end of the eighteenth century when Humphry Repton was asked to survey the landscape.

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