The main house is 18th century and has been restored over the last 12 years.

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Jul 26, 2012 · Boconnoc House has been home to two British prime ministers The restoration work undertaken at one of Cornwall's most historic houses has been recognised with a national prize.

Formally, this had been a medieval tower known as the ‘Tower of Boconnoc’ and it dates from the 13th century. Since the days of the Domesday Book, people have inhabited this beautiful tract of Cornwall—and the estate itself is alive with. Following the attainder and.

View all houses. II Cross 6 Metres to West of Boconnoc Parish Church Boconnoc, Cornwall, PL22.

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Boconnoc House, the winner of the 2012 HHA/Sotheby’s Award for Restoration was bought with the proceeds of the Pitt Diamond in 1717.

View all houses. Date of Death: Jan 19, 1793.

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Grade II Listed Building: Obelisk And 2 Piers 70 Yards To North East, 1 Mile To North East Of Boconnoc House.
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The first known owners were the De Cant family in 1268.

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Join Historian and Author Catherine Lorigan for a tour of Boconnoc House who will lead this fascinating tour, detailing the stories. . List entry 1136667.

In 1997, Fortescue and his wife began the huge task of restoring the house and estate. Kroesen (1888- 1896). The Lowdown. The first remarkable historical event connected with this place is, that it became the head-quarters of Thomas Flammanck and Michael Joseph, the ringleaders of the rebellion of 1496, both. .

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II Cross 6 Metres to West of Boconnoc Parish Church Boconnoc, Cornwall, PL22. .

Boconnoc is a country house in South East Cornwall tucked down two miles of private roads.

The country estate is steeped in history and includes the largest landscaped park in Cornwall.

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Join historian and author Catherine Lorigan for a tour of Boconnoc House.

The restoration work undertaken at one of Cornwall's most historic houses has been recognised with a national prize.