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DRUMKINNON FARM STABLES, Lower Stoneymollan Road, near Balloch

ACCESS : Next to the track up from Old Luss Road. Suitable for walkers on their way up to Stoneymollan on the hill above. 

Listed B. 


As you walk up the hill, before you reach the footbridge over the A82, you will see this imposing stone building. It is now Glendale Kennels, but was built as part of the Drumkinnon Farm which was the home farm and stables of Tullichewan Castle (demolished in 1954).

It was designed by Robert Lugar sometime in the early 19th century in a "Tudor-gothic" style. It is laid out in a large square with a courtyard it the centre. Horses would have been take in through the central arch. 

Next to it is a smaller building which was former mill and sawmill.

Also see DRUMKINNON GRANARY, MILL AND SAW MILL. index.asp?pageid=715799 and TULLICHEWAN CASTLE. index.asp?pageid=716382

BRITISH LISTED BUILDINGS with map : https://britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/200336219-drumkinnon-farm-lower-stoneymollan-road-balloch-bonhill

CANMORE : https://canmore.org.uk/site/126913/balloch-lower-stoneymollan-road-drumkinnon-farm

GEOGRAPH.ORG : https://m.geograph.org.uk/photo/1826246

HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT SCOTLAND website for listed buildings : http://portal.historicenvironment.scot/designation/LB4903

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