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N 57 B 5.0K C 20 E Apr 12, 2017 F Apr 16, 2017
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Antony House, near Torpoint in south-east Cornwall, was constructed for Sir William Carew between 1711 and 1721 and is believed to be one of the finest surviving Queen Anne buildings in the West Country. The house features some exceptional furnishings. There is a splendid collection of portraits including examples of works by Reynolds and a painting of Charles I at his trial. There are 25 acres of landscaped gardens adjacent to the house, and some 50 acres of natural woodland. The house and gardens were donated to the National Trust in 1961, although the house is still the home of the Carew Pole family.

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N 42 B 2.8K C 13 E Apr 12, 2017 F Apr 16, 2017
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This beautiful early 18th century house now belongs to the National Trust although the contents still belong to the original owners, the Carew Pole family, who still use this as a home.

Antony House, near Torpoint in south-east Cornwall, was constructed for Sir William Carew between 1711 and 1721 and is believed to be one of the finest surviving Queen Anne buildings in the West Country. The house features some exceptional furnishings. There is a splendid collection of portraits including examples of works by Reynolds and a painting of Charles I at his trial. The house and gardens were donated to the National Trust in 1961.

Tags:   Cornwall Antony Antony House Queen Anne houses 18th century architecture country houses

N 58 B 2.8K C 16 E Apr 12, 2017 F Apr 16, 2017
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The library in this early 18th century house has an impressive collection of books.
Antony House, near Torpoint in south-east Cornwall, was constructed for Sir William Carew between 1711 and 1721 and is believed to be one of the finest surviving Queen Anne buildings in the West Country. The house features some exceptional furnishings. There is a splendid collection of portraits including examples of works by Reynolds and a painting of Charles I at his trial. The house and gardens were donated to the National Trust in 1961, although the house is still the home of the Carew Pole family.

Tags:   Cornwall Antony Antony House Queen Anne houses 18th century architecture country houses

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This is the entrance hall of Antony House, near Torpoint in Cornwall. The house was constructed for Sir William Carew between 1711 and 1721. The house features some exceptional furnishings. There is a splendid collection of portraits including examples of works by Reynolds and a painting of Charles I at his trial. There are 25 acres of landscaped gardens adjacent to the house, and some 50 acres of natural woodland. The house and gardens were donated to the National Trust in 1961, although the house is still the home of the Carew Pole family.

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N 20 B 1.7K C 0 E Apr 12, 2017 F Apr 16, 2017
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There are 25 acres of landscaped gardens adjacent to Antony House, near Torpoint in Cornwall, and some 50 acres of natural woodland. The early 18th century house and gardens were donated to the National Trust in 1961, although the house is still the home of the Carew Pole family.

Tags:   Cornwall Antony Antony House Queen Anne houses 18th century architecture country houses


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