Bragsbury End, Datchworth


Old Herts



Bragbury House



Drawn by J. P. Neale

Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen



Datchworth - Bragbury End - Hertfordshire by Neale

This very respectable Freehold Brick-built FAMILY RESIDENCE is situate at an agreeable remove from the high road, and screened by a belt of ornamental firs, shribs, &c. and is approached by a carriage drive, presenting a good elevation, and contains a spacious entrance hall, dining, morning and drawing rooms, handsomely fitted up, with good proportioned bedchambers with dressing rooms, water closets, &c.; the domestic offices are very conveniently arranged and well supplied with water.

The GROUNDS are disposed with great taste forming a park-like appearance, and ornamented with plantations, gravel walks, intersected by a fine piece of water: GARDEN inclosed with lofty brick walls clothed with choice fruit trees in the highest state of perfection; Gardener's COTTAGE, with several Buildings, &c. in excellent repair, and 30 acres of rich PASTURE LAND in handsome enclosures adjoining the House. The detached Offices consist of a range of Brick Buildings, nearly new, with Two Coach-houses with men servant's rooms over, good stabling, paved yard well supplied with water, &c.

Also adjoining, is a very valuable FARM, called Broom Barn, with brick built Farm-House and other Agricultural Buildings, nearly new ... ...



Huntingdon, Bedford & Peterborough Gazette

25th August, 1827