Whether man-made or natural, a pond can be a beautiful addition to any garden having a calm and serene effect on its surroundings. It can transform the garden’s atmosphere and provide a relaxing spot to sit and enjoy a summer’s afternoon.
The introduction of an aquatic focal point to your outdoor space also encourages an eco-friendly environment. A small oasis nestled in suburbia can provide a rich habitat for beneficial insects or may become a favourite watering hole for local birds, and you will be rewarded with a front row seat to watch nature at its best.
From a Georgian style home with an outdoor entertaining space that overlooks its raised Koi pond to an elegant period property with a picturesque formal pond within its grounds, take a look at some of our chosen properties that feature ponds within their grounds:
Halamiling is a characterful Grade II Listed farmhouse with two holiday cottages and wonderful gardens. Within its grounds is a wonderful rockery area with a stream and a small waterfall that flows down into a pond.
Copplestone House is an elegant, detached period property set in 2.5 acres. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn interspersed with mature topiary, featuring numerous seating areas and an orchard, as well as a picturesque formal pond with a paved surround.
Rowan Tree House is a handsome stone-built property, with six bedrooms in a rural Northumberland setting. The gardens wrap around the house and feature rolling lawns, a pond and a variety of mature shrubs and trees.
Little Mollington Hall is a handsome Grade II Listed property, set in a semi-rural location just two miles from Chester city centre. The beautiful southeast-facing gardens are at the front of the house, with a large lawn, natural pond and a variety of mature trees.