Pencarrow is a country house in north Cornwall. Construction of Pencarrow started in the 1760s, extending an older house on the site, by the fourth Sir John Molesworth & then completed after his death in 1766, by his son the fifth Sir John Molesworth. The architect was Robert Allanson & Pencarrow was probably his finest achievement. The surrounding woodlands & gardens, laid out by Sir William Molesworth between 1831 & 1835

Pencarrow is a country house in north Cornwall. Construction of Pencarrow started in the extending an older house on the site, by the fourth Sir John Molesworth & then completed after his death in by his son the fifth Sir John Molesworth.

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Pencarrow is a Georgian style, country house located between Bodmin and Wadebridge, Cornwall. The Molesworth family settled there in the 1500s. Sir John Molesworth built Pencarrow in the 1760s.  Araucaria araucana derives it's name "monkey puzzle tree" from a friend of this estate.

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