Ayot Park is a grade II listed park and garden at Ayot St Lawrence in Hertfordshire, England. It contains the grade II* listed Ayot House along with an earlier manor house and a walled kitchen garden which are also listed.
The estate was acquired in 1723 by Cornelius Lyde and after his death it passed to Sir Lionel Lyde who was both his nephew and son-in-law. Sir Lionel built the grade I listed St Lawrence Church which faces the house across the park. It was consecrated in 1779.
The red-brick house, located at  It appears to be an early 18th-century house extended in the mid 18th century., is described by Historic England as dating from the early-mid 18th century.
There is a path across the park to St Lawrence Church.
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