A late Georgian elegant and chunky family house not far out to the east of Plymouth. Very difficult to find any images online. The house has been in the owner occupation of the Woollcombe family since it was built. There is an interesting short entry with a photo on the Historic Houses Association website. That refers to limited public opening for a few days in May and August but it is not clear whether that is 2013. I have heard that the house is very interesting with various naval, military and cultural connections and it is evidently a quality historical venue. I have discovered an accompanied tour, which I intend to join, organised by the Friends of Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery on 8 July this year. The details of that worthy organisation are accessible online and in the museum foyer at the bottom of North Hill Plymouth.
I have given a score of five and a nominal date of visit with this comment, not because I have been to Hemerdon House yet, but, because you have to give a score and because my enquiries indicate that this place deserves a high ranking.
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