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    Aldershot Military Cemetery (Historic England)

    HCC Summary: The military garrison first arrived in 1853 and the burial ground was enclosed in 1856 & has been in use for military personnel since then. In 1879 the wooden mortuary chapel was replaced with the present brick & slate structure.
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    HCC Site ID: 1846 Parish: Wellington Ward, Aldershot
    Designations: E H Grade II* Area: c6 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Ministry of Defence

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    Amport House (The Army Chapliancy Centre) (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Formal terraces with water features, designed in 1923 by Sir Edwin Lutyens to complement a mid C19 house and planted by Gertrude Jekyll, with adjacent mid C19 pleasure grounds and overlooking parkland of late C18 and early C19 origin.
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    HCC Site ID: 1409 Parish: Amport
    Designations: HE Grade II Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership:

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    Avington Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A park of medieval and C17 origins, laid out and landscaped to its present extent in the mid to late C18 by the third Duke of Chandos, surrounding informal C18 gardens with C19 and C20 planting.
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    HCC Site ID: 1543 Parish: Itchen Valley
    Designations: HE II*; House LB I; Various other listed buildings;
    SMR, SDNP
    Area: 270 ha, includes
    5 ha informal gardens
    Access: See opening times Ownership: Private

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    Avon Tyrrell (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Late C19 formal gardens and pleasure grounds probably by H E Milner, laid out around a new country house by W R Lethaby.
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    HCC Site ID: 1083 Parish: Sopley
    Designations: HE Grade II Area:
    Access: Public Access by arrangement Ownership:

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    Awbridge Danes (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Pleasure grounds, follies, and a park laid out on a new site to complement a gothic mansion of c1820 by the architect William Garbett.
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    HCC Site ID: 1480 Parish: Awbridge
    Designations: HE Grade II Area: 57 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private Residence

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    Basing House & Park (Historic England)

    HE summary: The grounds and walled garden of a demolished Tudor house which were laid out in the C17 and C18 as vineyards and pleasure grounds, with the addition of a C20 parterre garden.
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    HCC Site IDs: 1198 & 1282 Parish: Old Basing
    Designations: HE II, Dovecote LB II* Area: 4ha
    Access: Public Access (check times) Ownership: Hampshire County Council

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    Bramdean House (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A mid to late C20 plantsman’s garden, laid out within the structure of mid C18 axial walled garden compartments.
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    HCC Site ID: 1500 Parish: Bramdean
    Designations: HE II; House LB II*, various other listings; SDNP Area: c2.5 ha
    Access: No Public Access
    Open for NGS during the year
    Ownership: Private

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    Bramshill Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A series of early C17 formal walled gardens surrounding a contemporary Jacobean house standing within a park of medieval origin which was formally landscaped in the C17 and mid C18, and later, in the late C19 and C20, given informal features and enlarged to encompass woodland with axial rides.
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    HCC Site ID: 1168 Parish: Bramshill
    Designations: Area: c150 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: For Sale 2013

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    Breamore (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A landscape park present by 1800, created from an earlier deer park. The park surrounds a C16 and later country house with formal and informal pleasure grounds and gardens.
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    HCC Site ID: 1043 Parish: Breamore
    Designations: HE Grade II Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private residence

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    Broadlands (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A house and garden of C16 and C17 origin with work possibly by William Kent, remodelled in the late C18 as part of a comprehensive new landscape of pleasure grounds and parkland by Lancelot Brown, which was additionally planted by the third Viscount Palmerston in the early to mid C19.
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    HCC Site ID: 1471 Parish: Romsey extra
    Designations: H E Grade II*, AHBR, SSSI Area:
    Access: Public Access at specified times Ownership: Private Residence

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    Brockenhurst Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A landscape park developed from the existing agricultural landscape from 1770 onwards by the Morant family. A good example of the creation of an ‘instant’ landscape park by Edward Morant by using the artifice of removing agricultural hedges, enclosing farmland, and retaining the ancient existing hedge trees. William Emes and John Webb were commissioned to prepare a scheme for the park, which was largely unexecuted. The late C19 Italianate garden was cited as an exemplar design during the early 1900s.
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    HCC Site ID: 1007 Parish: Brockenhurst
    Designations: NFNP; HE Grade II Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Cadland House (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Originally a cottage orné on the banks of the Solent, Cadland House was enlarged as a private residence. It is set at the centre of a pleasure ground laid out by Lancelot Brown in the 1770s.
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    HCC Site ID: 1088 Parish: Fawley
    Designations: NFNP, HE II Area:
    Access: Access by appointment Ownership: Private

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    Chawton House Library (Chawton House) (HE)

    HE Summary: Formal and landscape gardens associated with a late Tudor manor house, set within a landscape park developed from the C13 but now largely late C18 to early C20 in appearance.
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    HCC Site ID: 1334 Parish: Chawton
    Designations: SDNP, HE II, LB II*,
    various buildings LB II, SMR
    Area: c 111 ha
    Access: Public Access to Gardens, every afternoon Tuesday to Friday Ownership: Private ownership &
    Friends’ Charitable Trust

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    Clayhall Royal Naval Cemetery (Historic England)

    Opened in 1859 after closure of Haslar Hospital Cemetery, includes Chapel, Sextant’s Lodge, boundary wall, iron gates and railings; original layout largely intact. Enlarged 1904; contains Turkish Burial Ground, memorials, seats, mature trees and hedges; views across Stoke Lake.
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    HCC Site ID: 1833 Parish:
    Designations: CA, LP, Chapel LB II Area: n/k
    Access: Public Access – check opening times Ownership: Gosport Borough Council

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    Compton End (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A garden of formal hedged compartments, laid out in the Arts and Crafts tradition between 1895 and c 1914 by the architect G H Kitchin RIBA, to surround the C17 house which he restored and made his home until his death in 1951.
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    HCC Site ID: 1508 Parish: Compton & Shawford
    Designations: HE II*; House LB II*; Gazebo LB II Area: 0.5 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Cranbury Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Mid to late C18 formal gardens, pleasure grounds, and a landscape park, developed in the 1830s.
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    HCC Site ID: 1533 Parish: Hursley
    Designations: HE II*; House LB I &
    various other listed buildings; SINC
    Area: c150 ha
    Access: No Public Access Open for NGS occasionally Ownership: Private

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    Dogmersfield Park, Four Seasons Hotel (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Late C18 gardens and pleasure grounds with some C20 alterations, set within a park of medieval origin which was laid out in the mid C18 as a rococo landscape with ornamental buildings and water and later, in the 1790s, was remodelled informally, possibly by the landscape designer William Emes.
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    HCC Site ID: 1145 Parish: Dogmersfield
    Designations: HE II; AHBR Area:
    Access: Access to Hotel Ownership: Four Seasons Hotel

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    Elvetham (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A park of C14 origin which was landscaped in 1591 to provide a setting for the Elvetham Entertainment for Queen Elizabeth; it was extended, improved, and planted in the C18 and early C19, possibly with assistance in the late C18 from the designer William Emes, and then, from the mid C19 to early C20, given extensive formal and ornamental gardens by S S Teulon and William Goldring, to accompany the building of the present house.
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    HCC Site ID: 1140 Parish: Hartley Wintney
    Designations: HE II* Area: 140 ha registered site,
    10 ha garden
    Access: Access to Hotel
    /Conference Centre
    Ownership: Hotel & Conference Centre

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    Exbury House (Historic England)

    HE Summary: An early to mid C20 wooded plantsman’s garden containing specialist collections of rhododendrons and other species, which was partly laid out within native New Forest woodland by Lionel de Rothschild between 1919 and 1939 and which incorporates features of an informal C19 garden and C19 parkland.
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    HCC Site ID: 1106 Parish: Exbury & Lepe
    Designations: NFNP; HE Grade II* Area:
    Access: Public Access. see opening times Ownership: Private

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    Grange, The (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A mid C18 landscape park, extended and embellished in the early C19 as the setting for a neoclassical house and its associated formal terrace gardens designed by C R Cockerell.
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    HCC Site ID: 1553 Parish: Northington
    Designations: HE II*; House LB I;
    Conservatory & Lodge LB II
    Area: 186 ha includes approx. 3 ha formal &
    walled gardens, and pleasure grounds
    Access: Public Access to The Grange Ownership: The Grange managed by EH;
    Gardens & park/Private

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    Hackwood Park (Historic England)

    HE summary: An early C18 ornamental woodland with surviving walks, terraces, and garden compartments attributed to Charles Bridgeman and with garden buildings by James Gibbs, set within a park of medieval origin which was laid out as a formal landscape in the late C17 and early C18 and partially altered in an informal style in the early to mid C19.
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    HCC Site ID: 1281 Parish: Winslade
    Designations: HE listed Grade I Area: c350ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership:

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    Hale Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Formal and informal gardens and wooded pleasure grounds, probably laid out in the early C18 by Thomas Archer, the formal gardens of which were altered and given additional features in the C19, with an adjacent park containing an avenue probably of early C18 origin.
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    HCC Site ID: 1114 Parish: Hale
    Designations: HE Grade II Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Hampshire Collegiate School, The (Embley Park) (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A C19 and early C20 informal woodland and shrub garden, of late C18 origin, surrounding the home in the C19 of Florence Nightingale, with additional mid C19 and early C20 formal terraces. House and garden are set within a park, also of late C18 origin, which was extensively planted as parkland and with woodland during the C19.
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    HCC Site ID: 1491 Parish: Wellow
    Designations: HE Grade II* Area:
    Access: Access to School only Ownership: Private

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    Heckfield Place (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Early C19 garden terraces and pleasure grounds forming the setting for a country house, the site being famed for its horticultural displays and gardening traditions in the 1870s and 1880s.
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    HCC Site ID: 1153 Parish: Heckfield
    Designations: HE II, SINC, AHBR Area:
    Access: Access to Hotel Ownership: Hotel

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    Herriard Park (Historic England)

    Remains of late C17 formal gardens by George London, set in pleasure grounds and a landscape park of 1794-7 by Humphry Repton, altered by John Armstrong in 1799.
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    HCC Site ID: 1234 Parish: Herriard
    Designations: HE Grade II Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private Residence

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    Highclere Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A late C18 landscaped park and pleasure grounds laid out by the first Earl of Carnarvon over a medieval deer park, the Earl’s design for which loosely follows a plan drawn by Lancelot Brown c 1770 but also incorporates some of the built and planted elements of a late C17 and early C18 rococo garden. The pleasure grounds were further planted with ornamental shrubberies and exotics in the C19.
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    HCC Site ID: 1235 Parish: Highclere
    Designations: HE Grade I Area: c600ha
    Access: Public Access (check times) Ownership: Private Resident

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    Hurstbourne Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A late C18 landscape park and pleasure ground surrounding a late C19 house with formal terracing which incorporates a wooded deer park of C14 origin and surviving features from landscape designs of the early C18 by Thomas Archer.
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    HCC Site ID: 1238 Parish: Hurstbourne Priors
    Designations: HE Grade II Area: c300ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private Residence

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    Kingston Cemetery (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A Burial Board cemetery with buildings designed by the architect George Rake and grounds laid out under the supervision of the Board surveyor Charles B Smith, which opened at the beginning of January 1856.
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    HCC Site ID: 1809 Parish: Fratton Ward Portsmouth
    Designations: HE II Area:
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Portsmouth City Council

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    Laverstoke Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: An early C19 landscape park laid out around a Palladian mansion incorporating landscape views of the green downland above the River Test. A mid C19 scheme of improvement by Melville Portal involved the addition of picturesque lodges and the demolition of the earlier Tudor manor which lay in the park but the estate retains its informal landscape character.
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    HCC Site ID. 1242 Parish: Laverstoke
    Designations: HE Grade II Area: 138ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private Residence

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    Little Boarhunt (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Formal gardens laid out by H Inigo Triggs in 1910.

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    HCC Site ID: 1321 Parish: Bramshott & Liphook
    Designations: HE II; House, gazebo &
    walls all LB
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    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Magdalen Hill Cemetery (Historic England)

    HE Summary: An early-C20 Burial Board cemetery designed by Ernest White of Milner Son and White, with lodge by the City Surveyor, Walter Andersen.
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    HCC Site ID: 1849 Parish: Winchester
    Designations: HE Grade II* Area: c8 ha
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Winchester City Council

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    Manor House, The Upton Grey (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Early C20 gardens laid out by Gertrude Jekyll to complement a small country house designed by Ernest Newton in the Arts and Craft style. Gardens restored from 1984 onwards, following Jekyll’s planting schemes.
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    HCC Site ID: 1275 Parish: Upton Grey
    Designations: HE II* Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private Resident

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    Marsh Court (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Formal gardens laid out by Gertrude Jekyll and Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1901-04, surrounding a house by Sir Edwin Lutyens of the same date.
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    HCC Site ID: 1443 Parish: Kings Somborne
    Designations: HE Grade II Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Minley Manor (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A fine example of a country estate with buildings and a designed landscape forming an integral composition reflecting late C19 taste. Minley Manor and its pleasure grounds laid out by Robert T Veitch and his landscaper FW Meyer in the 1880s form the centrepiece to the estate. This followed an earlier phase of planting undertaken by James Veitch in the 1860s.
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    HCC Site ID: 1152 Parish: Blackwater and Hawley
    Designations: HE II; AHBR Area: 24 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Military use

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    Mottisfont Abbey (Historic England) (National Trust)

    HE Summary: A largely mid to late C20 garden, although with C18 origins and C19 additions, with formal features designed by Geoffrey Jellicoe and Norah Lindsay, which surrounds an C18 house formed from the buildings of a C13 priory.
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    HCC Site ID: 1456 Parish: Mottisfont
    Designations: HE Grade II Area:
    Access: Public Access at specified times Ownership: National Trust

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    Moundsmere Manor (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Formal gardens, pleasure grounds, and walled kitchen gardens laid out in 1908-09 around a new country house, all by Sir Reginald Blomfield, and further developed in the 1930s.
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    HCC Site ID: 1255 Parish: Preston Candover
    Designations: HE Grade II* Area: c12ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private Residence

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    Mountbatten House Roof Garden (The Gateway House)(HE)

    HE Summary: A series of roof gardens and perimeter landscaping for Gateway House (now Mountbatten House) created by Arup Associates’ Group 2 and the landscape gardener James Russell for the paper manufacturer and merchant Wiggins Teape in 1974-76.
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    HCC Site ID: 1798 Parish: Basingstoke
    Designations: Offices LB II; HE II Area: < 1 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Leased by Basingstoke & Deane Borough to private companies

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    Old Alresford House (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A landscape park designed in 1764 by Richard Woods as the setting for a country house.
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    HCC Site ID: 1559 Parish: Old Alresford
    Designations: HE II; House LB II*; Various buildings listed; SSSI, AHBR Area: 16 ha
    Access: No public access;
    Ownership: Private

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    Pylewell Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A late C18 landscape park with woodland walks and vistas which was developed at various periods in the C19 and early C20 with a lake and informal, ornamental planting and with accompanying formal parterres around the house.
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    HCC Site ID: 1025 Parish: Boldre
    Designations: NFNP; HE II*, LP Area: c17ha formal & ornamental gardens
    & 130ha parkland
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Rhinefield House Hotel (Rhinefield House) (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Gardens laid out by the partnership of William Henry Romaine-Walker and Augustus William Tanner in the late C19 as the opulent setting for a country house also built to their designs. The arboretum containing significant North American specimens was set out by J E Nelson in the late 1850s.
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    HCC Site ID: 1024 Parish: Brockenhurst
    Designations: NFNP; HE II, LP Area:
    Access: Access to Hotel Ownership: Private Hotel

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    Rotherfield Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: An early C19 walled pleasure ground set within a park of medieval origin which was developed in the mid C18 with formal avenues and allées within woodland and which was enlarged and laid out in a picturesque manner in the early C19.
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    HCC Site ID: 1344 Parish: East Tisted
    Designations: HE II*, House LB I,
    various buildings LB II SMR, SDNP
    Area: 175 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private dwelling

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    Royal Haslar Hospital, The (Historic England)

    HE Summary: The grounds of the first large naval hospital, opened in 1753 and completed in 1762, which was influential in Britain and Europe. The strongly axial design was further developed during the C19, including the addition of enclosed airing-court gardens overlooking the Solent to the south-east, and a separate isolation hospital set in its own grounds.
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    HCC Site ID: 1751 Parish: Gosport
    Designations: HE Grade II,
    Various buildings LB II
    Area: 23 ha
    Access: No public access Ownership: Our Enterprise

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    Royal Victoria Country Park (Royal Victoria Military Hospital) (Historic England)

    HE Summary: The grounds of what was, before it was demolished in 1966, the largest military hospital, opened in 1863 overlooking Southampton Water, incorporating a lunatic asylum set in its own grounds. The grounds were probably laid out by the Southampton landscape designer William Bridgwater Page.
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    HCC Site ID: 1641 Parish: Hound
    Designations: HE Grade II Area:
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Hampshire County Council

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    Sir Harold Hillier Gardens and Arboretum (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Gardens and an arboretum planted from the 1950s onwards by Sir Harold Hillier, plantsman of world-renown. Originally forming the grounds around his own home, the gardens were extended under the ownership of Hampshire County Council, in line with Hillier’s aims, to form one of England’s most comprehensive collections of hardy trees and shrubs.
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    HCC Site ID: 1408 Parish: Romsey Extra
    Designations: HE II* Area: 42.5 ha
    Access: Public Access at specified times Ownership: In trust to Hampshire County Council

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    Southampton Central Parks (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Laid out between the late 1850s and early 1860s, the Southampton Central Parks: West Park, East Park, Palmerston Park, Houndwell, and Hoglands, provide a chain of public open space through the heart of the city. The parks are a good example of a mid C19 civic improvement scheme, possibly influenced by J C Loudon, who was engaged by the council to lay out Southampton Cemetery (qv) in 1843.
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    HCC Site ID: 1695 Parish: Southampton
    Designations: HE II* Area:
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Southampton City Council

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    Southampton Old Cemetery (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Southampton Old Cemetery, opened in 1846, was one of the first cemeteries to be established by a municipality rather than a private company. John Claudius Loudon was involved in the initial stages of its design and execution in the same year that his book, On the Laying Out, Planting, and Managing of Cemeteries, and On the Improvement of Churchyards, was published in 1843.
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    HCC Site ID: 1689 Parish: Shirley Ward, Southampton
    Designations: H E Grade II* Area: 14 ha (34.6 acres)
    Access: Public Access. See opening times Ownership: Southampton City Council

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    Southsea Common (Historic England)

    HE Summmary: TA large common developed as pleasure grounds from the C19 and purchased from the War Department in 1922 by Portsmouth City Council for use as a public park..
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    HCC Site ID: 1739 Parish: St Jude Ward Portsmouth
    Designations: HE II Area:
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Portsmouth City Council

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    Sparsholt Manor (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Formal gardens laid out by H Inigo Triggs in 1922-3.
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    HCC Site ID: 1570 Parish: Sparsholt
    Designations: HE II CA Area: 2.03 ha (5 acres)
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Staunton Country Park (Leigh Park) (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A Regency landscaped garden, laid out in the 1820s and 1830s on the site of late C18 pleasure grounds and a walled garden, with a series of specialist gardens and follies by Sir George Staunton to accommodate his Chinese and botanical interests. The gardens are surrounded by a park of C18 origin, which was developed by Sir George in the early C19, and also incorporates late C19 alterations.
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    HCC Site ID: 1653 Parish:
    Designations: HE II* Gothick Library, Leigh Park Farmhouse, Barn & Cowshed, Stable cottage, Pathway (to the S of the Stauntonn Memorial, Stable Block, Leigh Park Mansion Terrace,
    Garden wall, Gatepiers and Grotto, Car shed (adjoining barn on the east side),
    the Becon, Footbridge – all LB II; The Staunton Memorial LB II*
    Area: 405 ha (1,000 acres)
    Access: Public Access – see opening times Ownership: Country Park/Hampshire County Council

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    Stratfield Saye Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A mid to late C18 garden, laid out from 1745 by George Pitt, Lord Rivers, comprising walled and formal compartments and informal, tree-planted pleasure grounds which are set within a landscape park of the same period; the estate was further developed and planted throughout the C19 and C20 by the dukes of Wellington, whose home it became from 1815.
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    HCC Site ID: 1271 Parish: Stratfield Saye
    Designations: HE Grade II Area: c525ha
    Access: Public Access (check times) Ownership: Private Residence

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    Stratton Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: An early C19 park and pleasure ground, laid out and planted by Sir Francis Baring, which followed a number of the proposals made by Humphry Repton in his Red Book for Stratton and which incorporates significant features such as the site of a court and remnants of avenues from a formal landscape designed by Lord William and Lady Rachel Russell in the late C17.
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    HCC Site ID: 1552 Parish: Micheldever
    Designations: HE II Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Private

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    Townhill Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A series of interconnected formal terraces and a sunken garden, with associated informal woodland and an arboretum, laid out between 1910 and 1912 by Leonard Rome Guthrie on the site of an C18 house and park, the planting scheme for the sunken garden being designed by Gertrude Jekyll.
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    HCC Site ID: 1707 Parish: Bitterne Park Ward, Southampton
    Designations: HE II Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Multiple Private

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    Tylney Hall Hotel (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Late Victorian and Edwardian gardens, pleasure grounds, and a park associated with a country house. The gardens were laid out by Selden Wornum in 1899-1901, with additions by Robert Weir Schultz in 1901-04, with planting advice by Gertrude Jekyll.
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    HCC Site ID: 1162 Parish: Rotherwick
    Designations: CA, HE II* Area:
    Access: Access to Hotel Ownership: Hotel, Health, Leisure &
    Spa/Elite Hotels

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    Victoria Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary:A public park laid out in 1878 by the County Borough of Portsmouth on the site of former town defences land.
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    HCC Site ID: 1726 Parish: Charles Dickens Ward Portsmouth
    Designations: HE II Area:
    Access: Public Access Ownership: Portsmouth City Council

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    Vyne, The (Historic England) (National Trust)

    HE Summary: Formal walled gardens and informal gardens with a lake, largely dating from the C18 although with features surviving from both their C17 origin and their subsequent C19 and C20 development, set within parkland which was established in the C16 but planted to its present form in the C18 and C19.
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    HCC Site ID: 1262 Parish: Sherborne St John
    Designations: HE II, House & Pavilion LB I Area: c43ha
    Access: Public Access (check times) Ownership: National Trust

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    Wakes, The (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Gardens, parkland, and ornamented woodland designed and laid out around his home between 1751 and the early 1760s by the naturalist and writer, the Rev Gilbert White.
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    HCC Site ID: 1393 Parish: Selborne
    Designations: SDNP, HE II* Area:
    Access: Public Access 10.30am – 4.30pm Ownership: Museum: Gilbert White’s House
    & Garden & the Oates Collection/?Trust

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    Warbrook House (Historic England)

    HE Summary: Formal pleasure grounds and a geometric designed landscape with long axial vistas, laid out c 1724 by the architect John James to his own design around his small country villa, according to the principles of d’Argenville.
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    HCC Site ID: 1133 Parish: Eversley
    Designations: HE II* Area: 14 ha
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Conference Centre/ Corporate

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    Warnford Park (Historic England)

    HE Summary: A mid C18 landscape park and pleasure grounds designed as the setting for a country house, possibly with the involvement of Lancelot Brown.
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    HCC Site ID: 1590 Parish: Warnford
    Designations: HE Grade II, SDNP Area:
    Access: No Public Access Ownership: Multiple Private

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