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Browda House, Linkinhorne, Cornwall. 1964

Browda House, Linkinhorne, Cornwall. 1964


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Filename: TRURI-LINvr-2b.tiff

Size: 8624 x 5938 (10.7MB)

Date: 15th April 2019

Source: Royal Cornwall Museum

County: Cornwall

Location Name: 50.538286, -4.372021

© RIC, photographer Charles Woolf

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Browda House, Linkinhorne, Cornwall. 1964

A general view of Browda House, a Grade II listed building. It dates from the late 19th century but incorporating some of the original 17th century structure. The house was owned and rebuilt for Thomas Kittow, purser of South Caradon Mine. Photographer: Charles Woolf

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TRURI : LINvr.2b

Media ID 18920808

© RIC, photographer Charles Woolf

Architecture Buildings Diamond Farm Granite Mansion Village Windows 1602 Elizabethan Glasshouse Glazing Greenhouse Mullioned


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases Browda House, a remarkable Grade II listed building located in the picturesque village of Linkinhorne, Cornwall. The photograph was expertly captured by Charles Woolf in 1964, allowing us to appreciate the timeless beauty and architectural significance of this historical gem. Dating back to the late 19th century, Browda House seamlessly combines elements from its original 17th-century structure. Its rich history is intertwined with Thomas Kittow, purser of South Caradon Mine, who owned and rebuilt the house. This connection adds an intriguing layer to its story. The image reveals a stunning Elizabethan mansion constructed primarily with granite. The meticulous craftsmanship is evident in every detail, from the mullioned windows adorned with diamond glazing to the grand greenhouse or glasshouse nestled within its grounds. Browda House stands as a testament to Cornwall's heritage and serves as a visual reminder of our architectural past. Its enduring charm captivates all who lay eyes upon it and transports them back through time. This print offers viewers an opportunity to admire this extraordinary piece of history while appreciating Charles Woolf's skillful photography that brings out every intricate feature of Browda House. It serves as both a window into our past and an inspiration for future generations fascinated by Cornwall's unique blend of natural beauty and man-made wonders.

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