The north-west tower at Cotehele, Cornwall, is thought to have been added to the Tudor house in the 1620s

 
The north-west tower at Cotehele, Cornwall, is thought to have been added to the Tudor house in the 1620s
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The north-west tower at Cotehele, Cornwall, is thought to have been added to the Tudor house in the 1620s. The castellated tower is at the north end of the cross-wing and provided an extra suite of rooms which could be incorporated into the rest of the house, or used as a separate unit.

Image Details

Property Name
 
Cotehele
NTPL Ref. No.
 
164928
Region
 
Devon & Cornwall

©NTPL/Andrew Lawson

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