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Hall Barn Gothic temple, obelisk and classical temple

Hall Barn Gothic temple, obelisk and classical temple, Hall Barn Estate, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire HP9 2SG View on map

Garden buildings situated in landscaped garden, laid out in 1680s. Gothic temple in existence by 1740, but possibly c1725, by Colen Campbell. Gothic Revival style hexagonal-shaped building. Classical temple, mid 19th century, open fronted Doric style built of brick, rendered with a slate roof. Early 18th century stone obelisk, 9.5m high and rendered in coloured limestone slabs, topped with a stone ball finial with an iron spike protruding from its crown.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

By Prior Arrangement with owner via Estate Office at reasonable times. Events / filming schedule may exclude access at times

Directions

Lodge gate 300 yards south of Beaconsfield Church in Old Town centre. Rail: Beaconsfield (1½ miles). Bus - only local services to Beaconsfield.

Parking Spaces

10

100 yards from garden building

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes