This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
COLWICH BELLAMOUR LANE, Bishton SK 02 SW 603-0/2/10019 Doric Screen, garden walls, terrace and parterre curb north of Bishton Hall GV II*
Garden screen, terrace, walls and parterre. Circa 1840's. Architect not known. Pink sandstone ashlar. Comprising a screen on the north side with a summerhouse at the centre, in the form ofa Greek Doric hexastyle apteral temple, and flanking porticos, distyle in antis; in front of the screen there is a terrace with vases and steps down to a formal garden with low boundary walls and an elaborately shaped parterre at the centre with large moulded curb stones. The parterre has been converted to a fish pond. The summerhouse is a finely detailed Greek Doric temple; inside it is semi-circular and ashlar lined with pilastered walls with niches and a stone bench.
Note: The screen might have been built to screen the gardens from the nearby Trent Valley Railway Line, which was built in 1845-7.
Listing NGR: SK0237420865
© Mr Geoffrey R Hood. Source: Historic England Archive
People & Organisations
Photographer: Hood, Geoffrey R
Rights Holder: Hood, Geoffrey R
Ashlar, Sandstone, Victorian Garden Wall, Gardens Parks And Urban Spaces, Monument (By Form), Wall, Barrier, Summerhouse, Garden Building, Steps, Transport, Pedestrian Transport Site, Formal Garden, Garden, Pasture, Curtain Wall, Defence, Fortification, Ornamental Pond, Water Supply And Drainage, Pond, Garden Ornament, Garden Terrace, Garden Screen, Agriculture And Subsistence, Garden Temple, Railway, Railway Transport Site
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