Atmospheric Irish gentry house of the 1820s
This handsome house is unchanged since 1900. The cluttered interiors evoke the Bond family's Edwardian taste and interests, and include a barrel organ that is played for musical house tours. Horse carriages, a harness room, the acetylene gas plant and a laundry are in the imposing stable yard. The beautiful estate offers garden, woodland and riverside walks for all ages, with superb spring bulbs
Name and credits for images of The Argory
Description of image - An oblique view of the west front of The Argory. The house dates from 1820 and is unchanged since 1900. The estate consists of 315 acres with outbuildings and woodland walks.
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Credit for photograph: Nick Meers
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