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Report - Lathallan House, Central Scotland, 06/06/07

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Jed September, Jun 12, 2007.

  1. Jed September


    Lathallan House was a once opulent home, originally constructed in 1826 in the Tudor style, with touches of Scottish Baronial. Sadly, it has been neglected for a numbe rof years, culminating in last years fire. However, the building itself is still impressive, despite the sad state in which it currently sits.

    However, for anyone in the local areas intending to visit, I would strongly urge caution. The interior is in an extremely dangerous state., with roughly half of the building totally exposed to the elements. Many walls are structurally unsound. This goes for floors and ceilings as well. In the upper floors, I didn't venture away from the stone-built landing for precisely the reason.

    You can find out more about Lathallan House on the Buildings At Risk Register for Scotland.












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