Deepdene Mausoleum

The Deepdene is one of the nation's great country estates.  Its origins date back to the mid 17th Century and featured one of the earliest true Italianate gardens created by the Hon Charles Howard (1630 – 1713).

The Grade II* listed Hope Mausoleum is the final resting place of Regency arbiter of taste Thomas Hope. It was sealed in 1957 and buried to roof level soon after. Its courtyard was demolished and pediment damaged during the burial. For half a century it was forgotten, until excavation in 2010.

Historic paths will be reinstated and historic features repaired to help the visitor experience this historic landscape.

Click on the images below for a closer look.



Project Architect


Mole Valley District Council


Repairs to the structure


2014 – to present

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