London Parks & Gardens Trust

Anticlockwise Kensington Walk

Bramham Gardens

Bramham Gardens

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Leave the Earls Court Square on the north side, go to the right and cross the Earls Court Road into Bramham Gardens.


Private communal gardens provided for residents of the houses that surround it, which were built as part of the Gunter Estate development from 1840s onwards. Many of the street names reflect the family's connections in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Bramham Gardens, a late square begun in 1883, is larger than many others in the area. The central garden was laid out simply and formally for the use of freeholders and lessees of adjacent houses, who paid a rent for upkeep. As with many garden squares, the original railings were removed for the war effort but have been replaced by replicas in the 1990s. The garden is shaded by tall plane trees.