The addition of ‘grounds’ is perhaps intended to extend the concept beyond land which is specially cultivated or regularly tended, to areas of ‘wild’ land or woodland, or paddocks or meadow land, which may perhaps be mown only once or twice a year.

Another reason for the separate mention of ‘grounds’ may be that part of the land has been physically transformed, e.g. into tennis courts or swimming pools, or simply concreted or gravelled over (perhaps by an owner who dislikes gardening). Such land could not strictly be described as ‘garden’ land but it would seem indisputably to be ‘grounds’.

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