Hurst House

Woodford Green

Large, tranquil walled garden behind Queen Anne house. Well structured with York stone balustraded terrace leading to formal lawn and rose garden separated by an informal glade. Many of the trees and shrubs incl a weeping silver pear tree and handkerchief tree date back to 1954 to designs by Percy Cane (a well known Essex born designer).
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    A pleasing mix of formal and informal areas with a good variety of trees and plants including a wisteria which has climbed to the top of a huge fir tree and along the borders to either side. The end section of the garden is dedicated to roses, herbs and fruit which are grown in 24 beds separated by York Stone paths. A Grecian style Temple portico provides the focal feature in front of which is a newt pond with an old, weathered marble sculpture of Venus disarming Cupid.

Hurst House- Canceled

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On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

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  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
  • Cancelled opening
Owner Information

Nicola & Nicolas Munday
http://www.hursthousewoodford.com

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Hurst House
1 Broomhill Walk
Woodford Green
London
IG8 9HF

Accessibility information

Garden accessed by gentle slopes and mainly level.

More about Hurst House

A pleasing mix of formal and informal areas with a good variety of trees and plants including a wisteria which has climbed to the top of a huge fir tree and along the borders to either side. The end section of the garden is dedicated to roses, herbs and fruit which are grown in 24 beds separated by York Stone paths. A Grecian style Temple portico provides the focal feature in front of which is a newt pond with an old, weathered marble sculpture of Venus disarming Cupid.

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