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Corsindae House

Privately owned 16th century L Plan house with later additions. Harled & whitewashed


Built in 16th century to L Plan design over three storeys with attic as well. Later additions have made the house U Plan and more substantial.

The house was built by the Forbes. Owner John Forbes was arrested in 1605 and accused of murder and removed to Edinburgh. By 1720s the house had passed to the Duffs of Banchory. The house is still occupied 

Opening Times

The house is privately owned and through gates and grounds. Ask politely to view exterior.

Related Clans

Forbes

Travel Directions to Corsindae House

Travel Directions

To the south west of Corsindae Village on minor road. Ask for directions

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