Church of St. Probus and St. Grace
The Church of St. Probus and St. Grace was founded in the sixteenth century. It is the largest and most ornate building in Probus, a village in Cornwall. The village itself has a wide main street with houses in ornate Georgian styles.
The church has a tower that is 120 feet tall and stone carvings decorate both the inside and the outside. The village originally had a successful wool industry, so the expense of building the Church of St. Probus and St. Grace was not a problem.
The grounds around the church display vegetables, flowers, and shrubs in the Probus Gardens.