Manderston House

About an hours drive from the Manor, Manderston House is a gorgeous Edwardian Scottish estate definitely worth the visit. Rooms such as the Library, the Drawing Room, the Dining Room, and more are not to be missed, and the fifty-six acres of formal and informal gardens only add to the splendor. Although first built in the 1790s, the current house wasn't completed until the early 1900s, when Sir James Miller married the daughter of the very prestigeous Lord Scarsdale. In an effort to impress his father-in-law, Sir Miller saught to create a house that was the epitome of wealth and elegance. Magnificiently built, no expenses were spared while constructing the house, making it an exceptional example of Edwardian style and architecture. 

 

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