The Garden Guide

Book: Fragments on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, 1816
Chapter: Fragment XxxIII. Extracted From The Report On Sherringham Bower, In Norfolk, A Seat Of Abbot Upcher, Esq. Situation.

Outbuildings at Sherringham, Norfolk

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Fourthly. Sufficient space to contain all the numerous appendages of comfort and convenience, as offices and office-courts, stables, and yards for wood, coals, linen, &c., all which should be near; and others, at no great distance, such as kitchen-garden, melon-ground, poultry-yard, timber-yard, icehouse, &c. These, if possible, should be on the contrary side of the house to the flower-garden, conservatory, and pheasantry, which are naturally connected with pleasure-ground.