The beautiful Grade I listed house of the ancient manor of North Mymms was built in 1599 by Sir Ralph Coringsby in anticipation of a visit from Queen Elizabeth.
Immediately adjacent to the house are walled gardens designed in the nineteenth century. Fairhaven Stone restored the stonework to the pair of brick and Bath Stone gazebos that had begun to deteriorate, most particularly on the upper surfaces of the domes. These were dismantled and rebuilt, incorporating several courses of completely new stone. Piece repairs and indents were also undertaken elsewhere on the structures, particularly on the cornices and pediments.