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Report - Eastend House, Lanarkshire, Aug 2012



H1971

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out of the 5 on the list that magpie had, this was the 2nd visit. loved this place, would of liked to of seen it in its former glory. we stopped off for a spot of lunch at the tea rooms about a mile down the road, which had some history of this place as well. We didnt bother about the other 3 as time was against us, but thats another visit to be had:)
history ;-
Set in among the land holdings of the Carmichael estate, one of the few remaining clans to maintain ownership of the same lands as their ancient ancestors, Eastend House is a lovely 37 room stately home spread over 4 floors and is built around a 16th century keep with extensions and additions being added in various styles giving the building a bit of a mis-matched appearance. Originally occupied by an exile branch of the Carmichael family who split from the main trunk in 1500 it was passed down through the second branch of the family until being bought and brought back into the main family by Chief Richard Carmichael in 1989.
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