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Trochrague (also known as Trochchraig, Trocraig, Trochrig, Trochraigue)4015

Introduction

By the mid-19th century there was a parkland landscape at Trochrague with boundary planting and a walled garden. The house is currently (2011) run by a Benedictine order and offers holidays for the under-privileged.

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Features
  • House (featured building)
  • Description: The original house was built in the 16th century and then remodelled in about 1803.
History

History

Trochrague has long associations with the Boyd Clan. An impaled park and planting were in place by the mid-17th century. The planting continued through the centuries and by the mid-19th century the house stood at the centre of a designed landscape.

Period

  • Tudor (1485-1603)
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