English Heritage Register B-I
Norfolk Gardens Trust
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Barningham Hall - Grade II
Park, lake, woodland. Repton landscaping and layout of terrace on south of house. Avenue of oaks leading to west front. Walled kitchen garden. Remains of St Mary's church sited in park.
Beeston Hall - Grade II
18th century park, with church of St Lawrence forming part of the landscape. Serpentine lake, brick orangery, ice house, walled kitchen garden.
Houghton Hall - Grade 1
Hunstanton Hall - Grade II
From 15th century moat, yew hedges, terraced walks on moat bank the Octagon - a moated Banqueting House c.1655 in poor state of repair, as is Park House, - a hunting lodge, built 1640. Parkland, plantations, kitchen garden, ha-ha.
Intwood Hall - Grade II
From 16th century. Three brick walled enclosures, one with battlements and central gateway, from the original garden, now flower gardens; terrace with 19th century summer house, Saxon church in grounds. Ha-ha, walled kitchen garden. Parkland.
Catton Hall - Grade II
Parkland, Believed to be Repton's first commission. Ha-ha, domed camellia house 1852-70, bedding and lawns to south of house on former Victorian parterre.
Ditchingham Hall - Grade II
18th century park in part by Capability Brown. Large lake with two islands. Extensive late 20th century planting of ornamental trees and shrubs. Walled kitchen garden. Balustraded terrace along SE front of house.
Earlham Road Cemetery, Norwich
Laid out from 1856 onwards by the city surveyor E E Benest. 20th century additions in land and buildings.
Eaton Park, Norwich - Grade II
1928 Public park - including long rectangular yachting and lily ponds, domed band stand, colonnaded pavilions, rose garden and herbaceous borders.
Blickling Hall - Grade I
Breccles Hall - Grade II
From 16th century. Various walled enclosures, some embattled. Large decorative brick garden gateway. Remains of moat, woodland. Input to house by Lutyens after 1908, then garden part planted by Gertrude Jekyll. Walled kitchen garden.
Remains of 18th/19th century park and woodland. William Donthorn.
Elsing Hall - Grade 1
Beautiful 15th century moated manor house surrounded by romantic garden. Large collection of old fashioned roses. Arboretum, knot garden, wild flower lawn, Stew pond.
Felbrigg Hall - Grade II*
Gunton Park - Grade II*
Extensive park with lakes. Early layout by Bridgeman with remains of Mount. Repton work. 19th century terraces to south of house. Parish church in grounds by Robert Adam gives appearance of Classical Temple. Large Observation tower c 1840 (now a house). Rare thatched water driven saw mill. Remains of 19th century Arboretum.
Hanworth Hall - Grade II
Late 18th century park and woodland, sinuous lake from 1900. Ancient Spanish chestnut trees. Repton input.
Heigham Park, Norwich - Grade II
1924 Public Park, the first purpose built park in the city. 6 acres. Contains Royal National Roses Society's trial gardens, bowling green and pavilion, tennis lawns, pergola, children's play area.
Heydon Hall - Grade II*
House 1580. Parkland, Crow's foot layout of avenues, small lake, look-out tower, obelisk, ice house, walled kitchen garden, ha-ha, arboretum.
Holkham Hall Grade 1
Honing Hall - Grade II
Repton landscaping in park. Walled kitchen garden. Earthworks include an enclosure suggesting a possible ha-ha.