An aerial view of Spratton House (top centre) prior to the demolition of its east wing (coming down towards, and at right angles to the coach house). The three staff cottages are shown (as a long building) in the centre of the picture, with their back gardens to the left. The garden to the left of these back gardens was part of Spratton house's garden, and the path can be clearly seen. Where this penetrated the wall is now bricked up and this part of the garden, together with the back gardens now makes up the garden of Mulberry Cottage, converted from the three staff cottages. Originally these were a farmhouse dating back to the late 17th century, the part nearest Spratton House being an adjoined barn. 'Spring Cottage' is absent, as is 'Stoneleigh', which was subsequently built on the vegetable patch at the lower right hand part of the picture. Holly House is seen at the top left.