- Walled Kitchen Garden
A small but handsome late Georgian white stucco house in delightful parkland setting on the approach to Budleigh Salterton. Centre of three bays with a colonnade of six Tuscan columns, flanked by one storey wings with urns on the corners. Gate post with similar urns. Extensive, formal and woodland garden, largely developed in the 1950s, but recently much extended with mass displays of camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas, including many rare varieties. Traditional walled garden filled with fruit and vegetables, herb garden, bog garden, rose garden, hydrangea collection, greenhouses. Ornamental conservatory and Adam pavilion.
Lee Ford is listed Grade II.
Cherry & Pevsner: The Buildings of England – Devon, 1989: 238