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8.3 The buildings which have been identified for support through enabling
• Highclere Castle
• Heaven’s Gate
• London Lodge
• Manor Farm Barn
• Stable Block and Associated Outbuildings
• Dan’s Lodge
• Beacon Hill Arch
• Live Arch Bridge
• Walls of Kitchen Garden
• Garden Walls and Glass houses, Monks Garden
• Ha Ha Wall
• Jackdaws Castle
The gardens are fenced, except on the north front of the house where an open lawn is enclosed from the park by a ha-ha wall shown on Brown's plan.
130m north-east of the house and arrive on the gravelled forecourt of the north, entrance front of the house.
GARDENS AND PLEASURE GROUNDS
The pleasure grounds lie to the south and west of the mansion, much of the present general form of planted lawns, laid out in the late C18 by Henry Herbert, reflecting that shown on Brown¿s plan of c 1770. The gardens are fenced, except on the north front of the house where an open lawn is enclosed from the park by a ha-ha wall shown on Brown's plan.