The 19th century House from a circa 1908 postcard
Earlier Houses: The current 20th century house incorporates part of the early 19th century house of John Nash (burned in 1910), which itself incorporated elements of the circa 1600 house of the Skrymshers.
House & Family History: The name Aqualate is from Anglo-Saxon, which loosely translates as "difficult passage over wet ground by the oak trees."
House Listed: Grade II*
Park Listed: Not Listed
Seat of: Ted Juhre, a member of the Boughey family.
Past Seat of: SEATED AT FIRST HOUSE: Thomas Skrymsher, 16th century; Edwin Skrymsher, 17th century. SEATED AT SECOND HOUSE: Sir John Boughey, 19th century.
Current Ownership Type: Individual / Family Trust
Primary Current Ownership Use: Private Home
House Open to Public: No
Historic Houses Member: No