Gargunnock appears a typical 18th century mansion... but look closer.
Ignore the elegant façade and walk around to the rear and you will find a 16th century L-plan tower house with 17th century extensions.
Gargunnock in 1904 showing both building periods
In the 18th century Sir James Campbell removed the barmkin and gate of the old buildings and added a handsome frontage in the best classical manner.
Gargunnock as it appear today
TOP: The façade of 1794
BOTTOM: The 16th - 17th century ranges visible at the rear
Article by SCA member Brian McGarrigle
Date posted: 02 Apr 2015Last updated: 23 Jul 2015
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