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Levens Hall Gounds


The park and gardens at Levens Hall were laid out by Guillaume Beaumont between 1689 and 1712. They retain almost all of the essential elements of the completed scheme as shown on maps of the park and gardens of 1730. The gounds are of national importance and are Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Levens Hall Historic Buildings and Monuments in Levens Civil Parish Parks and Gardens 1712 Grade I Listed
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Levens Hall and the Topiary Gardens

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Levens Hall

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Topiary in the garden at Levens Hall

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Levens Hall

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Topiary in the garden at Levens Hall

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Levens Hall - Topiary Garden

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Topiary at Levens Hall

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LEVENS HALL - Grounds -= List Entry
- "A park and gardens laid out by Guillaume Beaumont between 1689 and 1712 which retain almost all of the essential elements of the completed scheme as shown on maps of ...

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List grade: 1
List number: 1350017
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD4953285091

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