Amos Ferguson PaintingsFergusons' paintings always feature native Bahamian scenes. He was a house painter before he became an internationally recognised artist. These pictures are all painted in acrylics on cardboard - his preferred method of painting.
Lion from Westminster AbbeyThese incredible 13th Century Gryffin's came from Westminster Abbey in London, U.K. Sir Oliver Symons, a previous owner of the house, donated them to the property in 1972. They used to sit either side of the front door but now guard the fireplace. They are extremely heavy!
House CarThe house comes with a family car for seven people.
China PugsNo idea where these came from... never seen another on the island!
Font ChaliceThese 13th Century flower chalices adorn each side of the front door. They were bought from Westminster Abbey by Sir Oliver Symonds in the 1970s when he lived at Pytchley House. Forty years in the Bahamian climate have not dented their beauty!
13th Century ChaliceClose up of Sir Oliver's relics from Westminster Abbey, London.
Patio furnitureThe patio furniture is all from the 1970s. It has a beautiful, old world charm to it.
Reading NookA perfect place to curl up with a book.