Fintray House

Fintray House lies in the village of Hatton of Fintray on the River Don in Aberdeenshire. It was the home of the Forbes-Sempill family, who also possessed the barony of Craigievar and Craigievar Castle. Fintray House was rebuilt in the early 19th-century to the designs of architect William Burn (1789 - 1870) to become the primary home of the family. However, the house was requisitioned during World War II, and the family never returned.

Fintray House was demolished in 1952 and the granite reused to build houses in the village of Hatton of Fintray.

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