Inveraray Castle

Argyll and Bute, Scotland

City/Town/Village: Inveraray
County: Argyll and Bute
Latitude/Longitude: 56.2375, -5.07356

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Inveraray Castle is a Listed Building. Here's what the official description says about it:

1744-61. Roger Morris, Architect; William and John Adam,
Masters of Works. Completed 1772-85. Robert Mylne, Architect. Quadrangular. 2 storeys and basement. (Attic with gabled
dormers added 1878). Round 3-storey corner towers (conical
roofs added 1878). High square central tower. Ashlar (lapis
ollaris). Slate roofs. Crenellation. String-courses. Pointed window-openings (round-headed spandrels inserted 1777 by
Mylne). Entrances on N.E. and S.W. sides, moulded pointed
doorways; 'Gothic' 2-span Bridges over Fosse. Damaged by fire
1877. Splendid Georgian interiors by Mylne: Drawing Room;
Dining Room; Saloon. Also high 'Gothic' Central Hall.

Information from British Listed Buildings


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