Early C17 house (not open) and walled gardens in South Downs National Park. Clipped yew and box, lawns, borders and fine views. Vegetables, fruit and poultry in the kitchen garden. 100+ roses planted since 2008. Trees both mature and young. Lime avenue planted in 1973 to replace elms. Wildflowers in field outside walls, accessible from garden.
Gardens overlook Ems Valley, farmland and wooded slopes of South Downs, all in AONB.
Archive photographs displayed, with comments on the garden made by Sir Geoffrey Jellico in 1962 and a recent rose planting plan. Featured in Period Homes & Interiors article, photos by Leigh Clapp (Apr 2013). Photos and mention in Chichester Observer 2012, 2013, 2014. Variety of vegetables grown in kitchen garden.
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