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Shewalton (also known as Sscheualtoun, Shualton, Sewalton)


Shewalton House no longer survives. The site has been largely redeveloped for housing and industry, although the walled garden and some planting may survive.

Key Information


Part: standing remains



  • Peter McGowan Associates with Christopher Dingwall, 'Shewalton', in {Ayrshire Garden and Designed Landscape Survey} (Prestwick: South Ayrshire Council, 2007) [on CD-ROM]
  • Millar, A. H., {The Castles and Mansions of Ayrshire with Historical and Descriptive Accounts} (Glasgow: Grimsay Press, 2004), pp. 132-3
  • {Ordnance Survey County Series Six Inch} (Southampton, 1854)
  • Captain M. J. Armstrong and Son {A New Map of Ayrshire} (1775)
  • William Roy {Military Survey of Scotland} (1750)
  • Love, D., {Lost Ayrshire: Ayrshire's Lost Architectural Heritage} (Edinburgh: Birlinn, 2005), pp. 54-5