Materials have been carefully chosen to compliment those previously used and reflecting the history of the house. A bespoke brick pattern is repeated across the site adding interest and a quietly cohesive element across the garden. Internal hedges have been added to create garden rooms with different atmospheres and function. A boardwalk leads out from the main terraces through a bog garden and out to the summerhouse, orchard and meadow. A woodland walk meanders alongside the tennis court where a metal pergola offers support for roses and other climbers and softens the view of the tennis court itself. An evening terrace is enclosed in richly planted mixed borders of roses, shrubs and herbaceous perennials for social afternoons of tennis and to catch the last of the evening sun. A meandering grass path leads through matrix planting out to a further meadow and the fields beyond. The dining terrace looks out over a cool reflective pond bringing the sky down, backed by views out to the wider landscape. A formal lawn from the veranda. A formal hedge divides the glasshouse and raised bed cutting garden.