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House of Dun
Title: House of Dun
Description: The House of Dun is a fine Georgian house built by William Adam in 1730 and is famous for its plasterwork. Owned by the National Trust for Scotland.
Date: May 1989
House of Dun
Title: House of Dun
Description: The view from the gardens. The house can also be visited by steam train via the Caledonian Railway from Brechin.
Date: May 1989
House of Dun
Title: House of Dun
Description: This later view from the south shows the house without its original hedges and with a new balcony on the roof.
Date: April 2007
House of Dun
Title: House of Dun
Description: This view shows the garden terrace to the side of the house.
Date: April 2007
House of Dun - Gardens
Title: House of Dun - Gardens
Description: The main formal gardens lie to the side of the house. The National Trust hopes to reinstate the large greenhouse which was originally on the left beside the raised wall.
Date: April 2007
House of Dun - Courtyard
Title: House of Dun - Courtyard
Description: The courtyard contains a number a small buildings associated with the estate. This view is from outside showing the clock tower.
Date: April 2007
House of Dun - Courtyard
Title: House of Dun - Courtyard
Description: This view shows the house and courtyard buildings the main archway.
Date: April 2007
House of Dun - Weaver
Title: House of Dun - Weaver
Description: The courtyard contains many shops including Arts and Crafts, a cafe and this fine weavers shop with original machines.
Date: April 2007
House of Dun - Montrose Basin
Title: House of Dun - Montrose Basin
Description: The view from the house shows Montrose Basin, an important nature reserve.
Date: April 2007
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