Category: Parks as a part of an private estate
The park at Burghley House is one of the typical great multi-layered designed landscapes. On an aerial photograph a High Baroque Style and a Serpentine Style could be identified.
Boughton House shows today approximately five stages of its development. The hunting-star in the north of the estate outside the walled park, with the facilities for the forest ranger in the centre, could be an element from the mid 16th … Weiterlesen
St Paul’s Walden Bury was bought in 1725 and the house and gardens were developed around 1730. The garden is an example of a garden design from the time of transition between the Forest and the Augustan Style. There are … Weiterlesen
Design intentions and current condition The existing house was built in 1611. The garden design, at that time, was in the Early Baroque Style. There was a long avenue running to the house and from there to the north entrance.