Private Gardens are in private ownership.
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There is a date stone of 1674 on the house but the present building was erected in 1871, partly on the foundations of the earlier building and extended. It is constructed of squared ironstone with limestone dressings and a collyweston slate roof.
The site of Papillon Hall, now a farm, is situated on high ground with views overlooking the surrounding countryside. The Hall was demolished in 1950, so there is nothing to see of this building. The site is now a field and a farmyard with fragments of the former gardens and outbuildings scattered around. These include the lily pond, a summerhouse, some walls and the remains of a greenhouse. The stables and other outbuildings remain and are now used as farm buildings.
Westbrooke House in Leicestershire is a late Victorian property built in 1887 with six acres of gardens approached via a tree lined driveway of mature limes and giant redwoods. The Walled Kitchen Garden is located a very short distance to the west of Westbrooke House. Near to the NE of Westbrooke House were stables attached to outbuildings. (O/S 1900 & 1926).