Turner’s house and garden smell of roses after restoration

Artist’s listed building, Sandycombe Lodge, rescued from threat of collapse

In 1812 the artist JMW Turner totted up the cost of the garden he proposed to make from a rough sloping plot of sandy ground, around the tiny country house he was designing and building as a refuge from the noise and dirt of London: “100 planting. 20 Garden. 40 Pond”, he scribbled in the margin of his sketchbook.

Related: Constable and Turner landscapes reunited for first time since 1831

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