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Brucefield House

Country House (18th Century)

Site Name Brucefield House

Classification Country House (18th Century)

Canmore ID 139405

Site Number NS99SE 10

NGR NS 95654 91690

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Clackmannan
  • Parish Clackmannan
  • Former Region Central
  • Former District Clackmannan
  • Former County Clackmannanshire

RCAHMS Threatened Buildings Survey 2009 (31 October 2009)

Brucefield House was built for Alexander Bruce of Kennet c.1720. A two storey pavilion was added to the original house in the mid 18th century, with a pavilion being added to the north in the early 19th century. This is when the Tuscan columned entrance porch appears to have been added. The house was restored by the Dunfermline architect James Shearer for the Bruce family between 1928 and 1939. This work included the removal of all the harl and a complete recasting of the interior, including panelling by Maclean of Clackmannan.

Information from RCAHMS (STG), 2009

Architecture Notes

NS99SE 10.00 95654 91690 Brucefield House

NS99SE 10.01 95616 91756 Walled Garden

NS99SE 10.02 95598 91799 Brucefield Mains


OWNER: Robert Bruce, Lord Balfour of Burleigh.


Photographic Survey (31 March 2009)

Brucefield House was recorded as part of the Threatened Buildings Survey of Brucefield Mains on 31 March 2009. Only an exterior record of the building was made of this complex three storey building.

Information from RCAHMS (STG), 2009


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