Nestled in the back of Camborne, England in Cornwall county is a gripping, ramshackle house with a legacy as fascinating as the town itself. Rosewarne House is a Greek, revival-style house built between 1810 and 1815. The house was originally built for William Harris, the head of one of Cornwall's wealthiest families at the time. The Harris family owned a series of estates, farms, and mining interests across Cornwall. Today, the home is being renovated by conservation architect Elizabeth Anne Price and her husband Reg Price.