Groves-Raines Architects

Marchmont

Restoration/Conservation

Marchmont House was built between 1750-54 by architect Thomas Gibson, with later additions in 1834 by William Burn and in 1914-20 by Sir Robert Lorimer. The H-plan classical symmetrical house was converted into a residential home in the late 1980’s and current proposals involve restoring the house to its original grandeur suitable for commercial use whilst retaining a private residential wing for its new owner.

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