Caversham Court Gardens: A Heritage Guide



Written by The Friends of Caversham Court Gardens this guide covers the history of all the houses built on the riverside site, starting with a 12th century rectory. This was replaced by a Tudor house, and this in turn was remodelled in the Victorian era. The site was bought by Reading Borough Council in the 1930s and the last house was demolished in 1933. In 2004 with Heritage lottery funding the council was able to reconstruct the site, restoring the footprints of the houses and the buildings remaining on the site. This richly illustrated guide covers the history of the houses that stood on the site, the families who lived there and the development of the gardens through the ages.

The Friends of Caversham Court Gardens. Paperback, 200 x 200 mm, 60 pages, January 2013.


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