Glasgow, Dalmarnock, Baronald Street, Farme Castle
Castle, Tower House
- Council South Lanarkshire
- Parish Rutherglen (south Lanarkshire)
- Former Region Strathclyde
- Former District City Of Glasgow
- Former County Lanarkshire
(NS 62014 62334) Farme Castle (NR)
OS 6" map, (1968)
Farme is a simple three-storeyed keep, apparently built in the 15th century, now incorporated in a modern mansion. The estate has belonged to the Stewarts, Crawfords, and others, but it is not known by whom the castle was built.
D Ure 1793; D MacGibbon and T Ross 1887-92.
Farme Castle (information from Miss Robertson, tenant, Farme Castle) is a typical 15th century keep, as described above. Its walls, of dressed masonry, are in a fair state of preservation. It is still in use as a residence, with relatively modern additions in castellated style on the N and E.
Visited by OS (J L D) 31 March 1954.
Farme Castle has been destroyed during the erection of an aluminium works.
OS revision, May 1973.
Foundations noted by A Gordon.
Information contained in letter from A Gordon to J N G Ritchie 26 July 1984.
Glasgow, Farme Castle.
15th century with modern additions.
Mit. Lib. 'Wm Graham Vol 1' p. 47 1896 - 1 photograph.
Mit. Lib. J Maclehouse 'Country Houses' - 1 photograph.
(Undated) information in NMRS.