Prideaux Place :: Shared Description
Prideaux Place has been the family home of the Prideaux (latterly Prideaux-Brune) family since the sixteenth century. The house was completed in 1592 during the reign of Elizabeth I, and is in the E-shape customary to that period, though there have been several additions over the intervening centuries, most notably when the family benefited from the Brune inheritance which brought about their change of name by Royal Warrant (it was a stipulation of the inheritance that the Prideaux name should be hyphenated to Brune so that the latter name did not die out.)
The house is situated in lovely gardens, surrounded by splendid countryside including an extensive deer park and views to the Camel estuary.
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Created: Tue, 17 Apr 2012, Updated: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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