Rode Hall, Scholar Green, Cheshire, ST7 3QP

The Park

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The Park

Humphry Repton was commissioned in 1790 to design the landscape at Rode.  Repton was not given the opportunity to put his plans in place but John Webb, a Cheshire-based landscapist, carried out the work to Repton’s specification between 1800 and 1810.  In particular, the creation of Rode Pool, a lake of some 40 acres and a mile long, which is now one of the principal features of the Rode landscape.  The park has many fine trees and is now grazed by sheep.

The Park


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