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Report - Mount Hamilton House, Ayrshire. February 2012

Discussion in 'Residential Sites' started by sofamermaid, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. sofamermaid

    sofamermaid 28DL Full Member
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    Ok so I haven't been out in a few weeks as I have had uni stuff to do. But made some time today to revist this house we found last year, only we had the wee man with us so no going inside. This time, child free, we went for it.

    Mount Hamilton House, St Quivox, Ayrshire. Originally the Factor's house for Aucincruive Estate, built in the 18th century. Bought by the Hannah Research Institute in 1948. Used residentially and divided into flats/bedsits. Now stands derelict and for sale.

    Exterior:
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    The less derelict part of the building:
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    Mermaid in the mirror.

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    Rest of the set here:http://www.flickr.com/photos/25813606@N03/sets/72157629109336870/with/6791925230/

    So hope you like it. I also found another site by total accident on the way home. But more on that later. Hope you liked this one, thanks for looking, any feedback gratefully received.
     

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  2. michaelmcguk

    michaelmcguk 28DL Member
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    Very cool! Stumbled upon this place yesterday while biking. Didn't dare go inside but the stairs at the book spooked me fierce : )
     
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