Bamfylde House

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Bamfylde House

Bamfylde House, the town house of the Bamfylde family, was constructed around 1590-1600. It consisted of three ranges laid out around a small courtyard. The house was famed for its rich interiors with their panelling and plasterwork. It was demolished in the Blitz of 1942.

Acknowledgments: RAM Museum

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