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Harlawhill House

Lothians: To east of Prestonpans, on minor roads south of B1348 (High Street), Harlaw Hill, at Harlawhill House.

 

Private   NT 390745   OS: 66   EH32 9ED


View from exterior.

Harlawhill House, an old and derelict house, once held by the Hamiltons and then by the Fowlers, in Prestonpans in East Lothian in southeast Scotland. Harlawhill House, Prestonpans (© Martin Coventry)

Standing by a walled garden, Harlawhill is a 17th-century L-plan house of two storeys with later modifications. It consists of a long main block and a projecting tower, formerly with an ogee roof although this was removed in recent years.
  The interior has been much altered to connect with later extensions. There is no vaulting.

Harlawhill House is an old and derelict house, once held by the Hamiltons and then by the Fowlers, in Prestonpans in East Lothian in southeast Scotland. Harlawhill House (© Martin Coventry)

This was a property of the Hamiltons of Preston, but had passed to the Fowlers, brewers in Prestonpans, by the end of the 18th century.

Harlawhill House is an old and derelict house, once held by the Hamiltons and then by the Fowlers, in Prestonpans in East Lothian in southeast Scotland. Harlawhill House (© Martin Coventry)

The house is not occupied and is not in the best condition. At time of writing (2016) it is derelict and boarded-up.

  This is one of four old houses in Prestonpans, the others being Preston TowerNorthfield House and Hamilton House.

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