Bramham Gardens

Bramham Gardens
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Bramham Gardens is a large, tranquil one-acre lawned garden established in the late 1800s. It boasts some of the tallest plane trees in any London square. It is flanked by pink red-brick Victorian houses and terracotta houses in Dutch-Gothic style by architect Harold Peto.

Like many of the surrounding streets, Bramham Gardens derives its name from the Yorkshire connections of the local landowners, the Gunter family. In recent years there has been much new planting.

Gardener: Garden Associates

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