House, round garden and butterwell 25m East listed Grade II.
Alleron should be added to the English Heritage Register as a Grade II item, in recognition of the unique walled garden.
A small Regency country house and grounds with lakes, made remarkable by the existence of an unusual circular garden, believed to be unique, enclosed by a stone and cob wall, with access through a gated doorway. The wall’s thatched coping that was replaced in the early 1990s following storm damage. The circle is approximately 18m in diameter, with the surrounding walls about 2.25m high. A stream or leat flows south-westwards through the enclosure. The interior was formerly cultivated but is now mainly laid to grass.