Hatchlands Park :: Shared Description

Hatchlands Park is a red-brick country house with surrounding gardens in East Clandon, Surrey, England, covering 170 hectares (430 acres).

The park initially belonged to the Chertsey Abbey with the park being mentioned in the Domesday Book. In 1544, after the dissolution of the monasteries, it was granted by Henry VIII to Sir Anthony Browne and his wife, Lady Elizabeth Fitzgerald (commonly known as 'The Fair Geraldine'). The park was purchased in 1750 by Admiral Boscawen who landscaped the grounds. The park and house are now owned by the National Trust LinkExternal link
by Paul Gillett
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17 images use this description:

TQ0651 : Hatchlands Park by Paul Gillett
TQ0651 : Old Epsom road at the ice house by Hugh Craddock
TQ0651 : Old Epsom Road on ascent to the ice house by Hugh Craddock
TQ0651 : Gertrude Jekyll Garden, Hatchlands by Paul Gillett
TQ0651 : Hatchlands House by Paul Gillett
TQ0651 : Old Epsom Road at Clare Cottage by Hugh Craddock
TQ0652 : Little and Large, trees in Hatchland Park by Paul Gillett
TQ0651 : Course of old Epsom road by Hugh Craddock
TQ0752 : Trees near Upper Hammond's Farm by Paul Gillett
TQ0752 : Trees in Hatchlands Park by Paul Gillett
TQ0651 : Old Epsom Road near Wix Hill Lodge by Hugh Craddock
TQ0651 : Water feature - Hatchlands Park by Paul Gillett
TQ0652 : Path in Hatchlands Park by Paul Gillett
TQ0651 : Temple at Hatchlands by Paul Gillett
TQ0651 : Tree at Hatchlands Park by Paul Gillett
TQ0651 : Urn at front of Hatchlands House by Paul Gillett
TQ0652 : Hatchlands Old Stables by Paul Gillett


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Created: Thu, 29 Aug 2013, Updated: Thu, 30 Oct 2014

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