This is Byron Walk with the walled garden site on the left in the middle distance. The wall on the left of the picture actually belongs to the garden of a house in Welsh Row (a main road out of – and into – the town), a hundred yards or so to the left of the image. The small, foliage-covered square building with a red-tile roof is also in that garden and not the walled garden site. The bush at the end of the grassed area leading to the walled garden is all but blocking an entrance to the site. But limited views of the garden site can be seen
through the gap.
Byron Walk looking towards the town. In the centre of the picture is the retirement property, Beatty Court. The potential walled garden is to the right of this picture (in the shade) and further on, again to the right, is a glimpse of a neighbouring walled garden (see below).
The Red Lion Lane aspect of Beatty Court – potentially one of the “neighbours” of the Nantwich Walled Garden. The actual address of the property is Holland Walk, off Ernley Close, which is on the opposite side of the building to this one.
The “next-door neighbour” to the potential Nantwich Walled Garden is this garden (left). It is actually the garden of a house in Welsh Row, and not the garden of the house in the distance, which is in Red Lion Lane. The area of Welsh Row which includes the property in front of the garden on the left has a number of walled gardens according to one website about listed buildings in Nantwich.