This is the nearest neighbor to Drewstown House.
Directly behind the Apelands' flat is a tree house. There are actually a couple of tree houses on the property.
This is the back side of the cottage that's immediately behind the courtyard (farther back than the tree house above). It is currently unoccupied by any permanent resident. What you are actually seeing below is the inside of a small walled garden that's behind the cottage.
This is the outside of the walled garden. The doorway on the left is the access from the side yard of the manor house to the walled garden of the cottage.
You can walk down the lane to the back areas of the Drewstown House property.
Beside the lane runs a stream.
This is an archway into what was once a large walled garden but that's now . . .
. . . a football pitch.
This is an old carriage house that backs up to the old walled garden.
This building, called the Ghost House, has nothing to do with Drewstown House, but it's still a neat ruin to climb through. It's just across the road from Drewstown House.
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