26 May 2011

Petersham House and topiary

Petersham House, like many other former hunting lodges locally, is a solid slab of brick riddled with white Georgian windows. It is no better than its neighbours, and is less interesting than some, yet it holds its own in a strong peer group.

The lawn next to the house may be a little to big for my liking. It is rescued from mediocrity through regularly planted bushes that have been teased in to geometric shapes.

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