Montacute House

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Montacute House is a late Elizabethan country house in the South Somerset village of Montacute. It built by Sir Edward Phelips, whose descendants occupied it until the early 20th century.

General views[edit]

Exterior east front[edit]

The East front, the original approach to the mansion, once faced a large entrance court. It was built in what came to be considered the English Renaissance style.

Exterior west front[edit]

After the house was remodelled and the west front rebuilt, this became the main entrance.


Exterior buildings and surroundings[edit]