Prysten House
Fanewell Street, Plymouth PL1 2EX Route Planner
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tours all year by appointment

Description

Prysten House (Prior's House), the oldest house in Plymouth (1490), is three storeys high and has an inner courtyard with open wooden galleries. The living room has a fine wooden ceiling, its beams still blackened by smoke - a legacy of the Dissolution period - when the house was used for smoking bacon. It also has attractive transom windows and granite fireplaces.

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