River Alder Bourne Dromenagh

River Alder Bourne  
The Alder Bourne flows south eastwards

Woodland and countryside area near the upmarket town of Denham

Post to the east New Denham 

Post to the south Iver Heath
Post to the west Iver Heath The Clump

Denham Road
Round Coppice Farm. Records of the estate go back to the 18th. The house was originally a shooting box which was demolished and replaced by a new house in 1954. The modern house has formal gardens in woodland.
Southlands Manor, this is a 16th timber framed building which has been altered,. The house is connected to a barn which makes three sides of a court with a carriageway under an overhanging first floor. Records of the estate date from the early medieval period.
Copse Hill Farm


Seven Hills Road
Taidswood Mangats
Long Coppice. Woodland which was part of the Dromenagh Lodge estate.
Dromenagh.  Dromenagh Lodge was an estate dating to at least the early 19th.  It was later a boys ‘special’ school for London Borough of Southwark. It closed in 1996

British Listed buildings. Web site
Department of Education. Web site
National Archives. Web site
Parks and Gardens. Web site.


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