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Nationally Important Sites

Research and Recording Group

Nationally Important Sites

The nationally important sites of Buckinghamshire have in general been the subject of considerable research and the fact that they are registered offers them a certain amount of protection. However, we try to keep abreast of any developments that may have consequences for the gardens and surrounding landscape.  As a statutory consultee, The Gardens Trust is notified of any planning applications which are then passed on to the county gardens trusts.

A majority of those that are registered Grade I are run by the National Trust and are open to the public regularly, as is Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens. Wotton Underwood is privately owned and therefore visiting is by appointment only. However please note that many of the Grade II* and Grade II properties are privately owned and not generally open to the public.

During the Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown anniversary in 2016 and that of Humphry Repton in 2018, the Research and Recording group looked at some of these sites in relation to the work of these two iconic landscape designers. As a result of our Brown research Wotton Underwood was raised from a Grade II* to a Grade I and Stoke Place was added to the register at Grade II. The Repton research resulted in the publication of ‘Humphry Repton in Buckinghamshire and Beyond’ (see Campaigns).

Please note that Ditton Park, Eton College and Herschel Park are in the historic county (pre-1974 boundaries) and Ashridge is partly in Bucks and partly in Herts.

 

 

Grade I: of International Significance, among the best in the world

Cliveden    Historic England Register entry
Stoke Poges Gardens of Remembrance    Historic England Register entry
Stowe    Historic England Register entry
Waddesdon Manor:   Historic England Register entry
West Wycombe   Historic England Register entry
Wotton House   
   Historic England register entry 

 

Grade II*: of Historical Interest, either nationally or locally

Ascott   Historic England Register entry
Ashridge    Historic England Register entry
Bulstrode Park   Historic England Register entry
Chenies Place (formerly Woodside)   Historic England Register entry
Chicheley Hall   Historic England Register entry
Fawley Court & Temple Island   Historic England Register entry
Hall Barn   Historic England Register entry
Hartwell House:  Historic England Register entry
Mentmore Towers   Historic England Register entry
Shardeloes:    Historic England Register entry
Tyringham   Historic England Register entry

Grade II: of Interest, either nationally or locally
Berry Hill, Taplow   Historic England Register entry
Bradenham Manor   Historic England Register entry
Chequers   Historic England Register entry
Claydon House   Historic England Register entry
Denham Place   Historic England Register entry
Ditton Park [historic Bucks]   Historic England Register entry
Dropmore   Historic England Register entry
Eton College   Historic England Register entry
Eythrope, The Pavilion   Historic England Register entry
Gayhurst    Historic England Register entry
Halton House   Historic England Register entry
Harleyford   Historic England Register entry
Hedsor House   Historic England Register entry
Herschel Park, formerly Upton Park    Historic England Register entry
Hughenden Manor   Historic England Register entry
Huntercombe Manor   Historic England Register entry
Langley Park   Historic England Register entry
Latimer Park   Historic England Register entry
Milton’s Cottage   Historic England Register entry
Missenden Abbey:    Historic England Register entry
Nashdom   Historic England Register entry
Stoke Park   Historic England Register entry
Stoke Place  Historic England Register entry
Taplow Court   Historic England Register entry
Wavendon House  BGT site dossier
Wycombe Abbey   Historic England Register entry

 

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