16.21 ha (40.05 acres)

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The house, gardens and deer park are at the centre of the 3,000 acre agricultural estate, with excellent facilities, including transfer from the car park if required. The pasture-woodland dates back to the Middle Ages and some 31,000 trees were planted in the early 18th century, with avenues making a 'goose foot' design. Many of these oak & beech trees are still standing and, being the only place in the NW of England with such a concentration of old trees, it is a site of national importance.