Highfield House – Main garden created 30 years ago in former walled kitchen garden of Chedington Court. Also woodland area leading to orchard with shepherds hut overlooking pond.

Chedington Court – Stunningly beautiful gardens and grounds. Spring fed ornamental lake with fountain. On the southern side of the house is a series of attractive stone terraces surrounded by smart stone ballustrading and a pair of mirrored stairs lead from here to the croquet lawn which is surrounded by beautiful herbaceous borders. Paths lead to a succession of ponds which form an attractive water garden. Beyond this is a rockery garden
passing under a series of wooden bridges to some lower ponds. Further to the south is an enclosed kitchen garden area with greenhouses and fruit cages. The rolling lawns drop down to the west of the house to a glasshouse and nursery beds.

Stoneleigh – A low maintenance front garden, with an English Rose Courtyard. 

Hazel Barton – A mix of formal and informal gardens, nature ponds and since last summer, a re-landscaped wild flower lawn, complete with a subterranean hobbit house.  Slopes, steps and unfenced ponds. A new ‘Hobbit House’ has been added as a lockdown project.

Two Hazel Barton Cottages – A low maintenance garden with patio area and steps down to the lawn. With a new rockery and lovely views, framed by trees in the back.

One Westside – A long gently sloping garden with lovely views. Including a vegetable patch, greenhouse, and at the moment a selection of young Somerset apple trees with mixed borders.

Five Westside – Managed by nature with occasional human intervention.

Six Westside – A newly acquired garden with work in progress and lovely views at the bottom of this T-shaped garden.

Seven Westside – An enclosed, mature, well stocked garden mainly laid to lawn with shrubs, perennials and a large yew tree. In the past our garden has been described as a ’garden of rooms’.

Eight Westside – A mature garden with lawn and elegant pond.

Primrose Cottage – Long, narrow, mature garden divided into four areas. Mixed planting with a stunning, magnolia framed view of the rolling hills beyond. Vegetable plot.

Lower Thatch – A Cottage garden with vegetable patch, soft fruit and small orchard, best seen in spring. Lovely views across Somerset from orchard.