This Georgian house was built in the early 19th century with mid-19th century alterations and extensions. On three sides it appears, at first glance, as a handsome Italianate villa of the 1850s with classical detailing on the cream coloured render.
French windows on the south side open out into the grounds with breathtaking views of the parkland beyond. Facing west is a beautiful 19th century conservatory, which remains exactly the same as when it was built with original tiling, pillars and beautifully ornate framework. On the fourth, the northern side, a new extension was built in 2011 to accommodate practical rooms, including a massive, modern kitchen.
When seen from the south, with its maintained lawns, cedar trees and conservatory the building looks the epitome of a mid-19th century country house. Stonewall sits within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by 140 acres of parkland, walled gardens and almost best of all, a ‘valley garden’ where rare and brightly coloured rhododendrons flower from April to June. In this garden there are also lakes, bluebell and daffodil glades and old plantations of beech, larch and pine trees and many different trees from all over the world.
Have a look at our gallery to see for yourself what Stonewall Park has to offer.
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