Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Perth And Kinross
Planning Authority
Perth And Kinross
Findo Gask
NN 99488 18806
299488, 718806


Extensive 17th century courtyard house. Considerably

reconstructed 1932. W. wing (Jacobite Hall) rebuilt from

ruins 3-storey rubble built, crowstepped and pantiled with

swept dormer heads; arched N. gateway with bellcote over

dated 1632; ruined S. wing 2-storey with sculptured dormer

heads dated 1641, circular angle tower at S.E. (thatch roof

is modern); lead tank dated 1740; 2 sundials, one with 4

circular vertical dials and ball finial on baluster, one

obelisk sundial, also with ball finial, probably 17th cent.

Statement of Special Interest

Historic interest. The Auld Hoose of Lady Nairne's song.



T.L.K. Oliphant The Jacobite Lairds of Gask

E.M. Graham The Oliphants of Gask (frontispiece shows house

prior to 1805)

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