Hampton Court 2000
Hyde Hall

1pt.gif (86 bytes)In 1955 when Dr. and Mrs. Robinson came to Hyde Hall there were only six trees on the top of a windswept hill and no garden. For centuries Hyde Hall had been a working farm and the area around the house was a dumping ground for rubbish! The house which dates back to the 18th century is a typical Essex farmhouse of timber frame, lath and plaster. Records show that there has been a dwelling on this site since the Tudor times.
1pt.gif (86 bytes)The garden continues to be a work in progress but has much to offer even at the present time ... I have included pictures of the house so you can see how plain it was plus some of the surrounding gardens. Being at the top of the hill offered a fantastic view of the surrounding countryside.

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