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Country House (19th Century)

Site Name Lanrick

Classification Country House (19th Century)

Alternative Name(s) Clan Gregor Castle; Lanarkyngs; Landerick Castle; Lanrick Castle; Lanrick Estate; Lanrick Policies

Canmore ID 24390

Site Number NN60SE 12

NGR NN 68776 03121

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Stirling
  • Parish Kilmadock
  • Former Region Central
  • Former District Stirling
  • Former County Perthshire

Architecture Notes

NN60SE 12.00 68776 03121

Demolished in February 2002.

NN60SE 12.01 68521 03057 Kennels Cottage

NN60SE 12.02 68096 02642 Gateway

NN60SE 12.03 68957 03345 Lodge (North Lodge)

NN60SE 12.04 69031 02921 Stables

NN60SE 12.05 68448 03284 Cave (Grotto)

NN60SE 12.06 68398 02928 MacGregor Monument

NN60SE 12.07 69803 02167 Golden Gates Lodge (South Lodge)

NN60SE 12.08 68959 03150 Bridge

NN60SE 12.09 68512 03055 Kennels

NN60SE 7 68181 03247 Lanerick, Chapel and Burial Ground


Photographic Survey (June 1964)

Photographic survey of Lanrick Castle, Perthshire, by the Scottish National Buildings Record/Ministry of Works in June 1964.

External Reference (5 October 1971)

Large harled symmetrical mansion of unusual character: centre 3-window 3-storey basement and attic (relic of earlier house ?) flanked by 2-storey

basement and attic sections of 2 windows, then 2-storey and basement 1

window (tripartite section with round towers at angles with bowed single

storey and basement ends. Crenellated throughout with pepper-pot turrets at centre. Gothic entrance hall and porte-cochere of ashlar added in manner of J. Gillespie Graham c.1815, main house probably c.1790. Attic dormers, Heiton type c.1875.

Interior: some fine rooms of late Adam pattern, main staircase redone c.1815

with gothic cast-iron work, east rooms remodelled c.1900.

N.S.A. v.X p.1232

Information from Historic Scotland, 5 October 1971


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