Jardine Hall

The site of a former mansion house in Annandale, Dumfries and Galloway, a group of restored outbuildings, notably the stable block of 1825, survive on the left bank of the River Annan, 3 miles (5 km) north of Lochmaben. Jardine Hall was built for Sir Alexander Jardine in 1814 to a design by James Gillespie Graham and was extended in 1893 with wings raised to three storeys. It was demolished in 1964.

The 15th-century Spedlins Tower lies just to the west, on the opposite bank of the river.

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