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Southwick House

A country house in Southwick Parish, Dumfries and Galloway, Southwick House lies close to the Southwick Burn near where it empties into the Solway Firth and on the southern slopes of the Criffell granite hill, 4 miles (6.5 km) west of Kirkbean. It was built c.1750. There are fine Home Farm, stable, mill and lodge buildings associated with the house in addition to a bridge (1789) and the attractive mid-19th-century Tudor Shawfoot Cottage. On the opposite side of the Southwick Burn stands Southwick Parish Church, a Romanesque-style kirk built in 1891.


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