Corsham Court

Corsham Court


Corsham, United Kingdom (GB)
Corsham Court is an English country house in a park designed by Capability Brown. It is in the town of Corsham, and is notable for its fine art collection, based on the nucleus of paintings inherited in 1757 by Paul Methuen from his uncle, Sir Paul Methuen, the diplomat. It is currently the home of James Methuen-Campbell, the eighth generation of the Methuens to live there, and the Heir Presumptive to the title Baron Methuen.
Corsham Court is an English country house in a park designed by Capability Brown. It is in the town of Corsham, and is notable for its fine art collection, based on the nucleus of paintings inherited in 1757 by Paul Methuen from his uncle, Sir Paul Methuen, the diplomat. It is currently the home of James Methuen-Campbell, the eighth generation of the Methuens to live there, and the Heir Presumptive to the title Baron Methuen.
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