Haughley Park is a Grade 1 listed red-brick manor house of 1620 set in gardens, park and woodland. The north wing was rebuilt in the Georgian style in 1820.
Six acres of landscaped gardens surround the buildings, including a main lawn on the north side of the house, Woodland garden (or Dell), Walled kitchen garden planned along Edwardian lines, and Carriage turn and round lawn in front of the house.
There is a large fish pond equidistant between the House and Barn, and in recent years a new garden area was created close to the Barn to be used predominantly as a drinks lawn.
A fine brick and timbered 17th-century barn can be hired for weddings and events.
This property is not open for day visitors.
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