Invercauld House

An immense Baronial-style house in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Invercauld lies on the north side of the River Dee, 2 miles (3 km) east of Braemar. An earlier castle on this site was a seat of the earls of Mar. The building was extended by the Farquharsons during the 19th Century and in its garden is a heather thatch summerhouse. Old Invercauld Bridge, built in 1753 by Major William Caulfeild to link Blairgowrie with Corgarff, was superseded in 1859 by a new bridge built at the expense of Prince Albert to a design by J. F. Beattie.

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