Walled garden of Eastcote House
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Walled garden of Eastcote House

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The walled garden, also known as the Secret Garden of Eastcote House with a view of the dovecote were made available to the public in 1964. The Eastcote House itself was declared structurally unsave and torn down around the same time.

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