10. Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest

Coleby Hall

Grade II Registered 24th June 1985

18th century landscaped park and woodland surrounding a 17th and 18th century house. To the east of the house is an area of open land surrounded by woodland, and to the west is an area of parkland with a pool. The estate also contains two temples, and a gateway in the style of a ‘ruined’ Roman arch (all dating from the 18th Century).

Culverthorpe Hall

Grade II Registered 24th June 1985

Park with woodland and formal features, laid out from the 17th century onwards. To the north of the Hall are a terrace, a formal garden and an area of parkland containing scattered trees, a small pool, and an icehouse. Eastern parts of the estate are wooded, whilst the southern parkland is more open, and contains an extensive fishpond.

Doddington Hall Grade II*

Registered 24th June 1985

Enclosed gardens dating from the 19th and 20th century, on the site of formal gardens dating back to the 17th and 18th century. Areas to the east, north and west of the Hall are formally laid out: to the west, an enclosed knot garden and terrace; to the east, a courtyard and gatehouse; and to the north, a walled kitchen garden and a herb garden. Beyond the enclosed West Garden is an avenue of yews, a ha-ha, and an avenue of limes. North-western parts of the estate are heavily planted with ornamental and unusual trees and shrubs.

Rauceby Hall

Grade II Registered 24th June 1985

Landscaped park with some 19th century formal features, surrounding a 19th century house. The estate is mostly open ground containing scattered trees, with most boundaries defined by belts of trees. To the east of the Hall are a formal garden and a sizeable lake. To the north is a copse containing an icehouse, and to the south-east is a walled kitchen garden.

Rauceby Hospital

Grade II Registered 27th June 2000

The grounds to the Rauceby Hospital designed in the late 19th century. Immediately adjacent to the hospital buildings themselves are airing courts of a formal design (lawn flanked by mature trees and flowering shrubs), and much of the remainder of the estate is parkland laid to pasture or lawns and bordered by woodland belts. The grounds also contain many peripheral buildings such as staff residences, a chapel, lodges, an orchard and farm buildings.

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