Historic Hoddesdon - the South Walk

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This circular walk of just under 1 mile starts in the garden at the rear of Lowewood Museum (there are car parks nearby at The Spotlight and to the south of Elsie House). Please be aware of traffic and take care when crossing roads. The walk looks at the homes of two of Hoddesdon’s prominent families, the Rawdons and the Warners, as well as some of the other people and places of interest in the area.


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Garden at rear of Lowewood Museum

We begin in the garden to the right hand side behind Lowewood House. A house was built here in the…

The Orangery and Little Woodlands

On the right is The Orangery. It was built by John Warner, a London foundry owner who made Hoddesdo…

Woodlands

John Warner’s home, Woodlands, was on the corner where the Police Station stands now. Although it p…

Cedar Green

Yew House, a large house built in the first half of the 17th century, and altered and extended throu…

Rawdon House

Rawdon House was built in the 17th century by Marmaduke (later Sir Marmaduke) Rawdon. He was a succ…

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