Tranquil six acre grounds surround an early 18th century Georgian House in a small parkland setting. At the rear of the house is a formal garden, a little larger than an acre, in the style of Repton. It has large herbaceous beds, set off by a rope catenary with rambling roses. Shallow steps lead past a pond and rill to a parterre and a larger pond with a fountain set among a row of pleached limes. Enjoy some tea by the colourful pool garden.
Date:07 May 2017
Address:Gaston House, Gaston Green, Little Hallingbury, Bishop’s Stortford, CM22 7QS
At Little Hallingbury 8 minutes from junction 8 off M11, turn west off A1060 Bishop’s Stortford/Hatfield Heath Road, signposted Gaston Green. House is on the right after 300 metres.
Garden owner:Mr and Mrs Graham
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Gaston HouseTranquil six-acre grounds surround an early 18th century Georgian House. Includes a one-acre formal garden in the style of Repton.
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