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Taken from a high point of view, I am looking down on Lanhydrock House.
"Lanhydrock is unquestionably one of the most impressive historic houses in Cornwall.
Built of local grey slate and granite.
The house dates to 1640, though most of the current building was the result of rebuilding after a fire in 1881.
Immediately behind the house is the church of St Hydroc.
Lanhydrock is surrounded by 900 acres of parkland and woods."
(Passionate about British Heritage.)

If you are ever in the area, Lanhydrock is a must to visit. Inside there is a beautiful long gallery amongst other lovely features.

One slightly different view in the w/s.

Thanks for looking.

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