A still lived-in family home

Antony house hall with light coming in through the windows

Spend some time discovering the house, taking in the personal touches of a grand yet comfortable family home. Look out from the upstairs bedrooms across the expansive views and a garden coming to life with the signs of spring.

Antony is a house full of faces and personalities. Generations of Carews look down from gilded frames as you walk through the rooms. A rich family history tells of English Civil War intrigue and the remarkable scholarship and creativity of an important family.

The house sits high above the river Lynher with sweeping views over the Repton designed landscape. The beautifully situated house is built from a rare pentewan stone which glows a silvery grey in the sunlight and gives the building its distinctive colour.

A visit to Antony has the personal touch and the spirit of collecting is still alive. Expect to see two hundred year old portraits hanging next to twentieth century glass ornaments. The latest generation of Carew Poles live in the house too so you might even spot their favourite toys.

Blue skies
The back of Antony house surrounded by blue sky
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