Market Street

Three or four-storey buildings (late 18C / early 19C) close off the third side of a triangle that initially housed the market of this royal town. A charming group of buildings that is typical of local architecture, Mitchell's Close (renovated in 1967), just to the north, is more typical of the 17C, with its masonry, ridge tiles, dormer windows and steps.

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st. Market

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High Street
High Street
The South side houses a continuous line
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Town House
Town House
William Adam (1748) gave a solemn
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Hardgate
Hardgate
Kinloch House, with its Dutch-style
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Lodge Street
Lodge Street
This narrow street is an extension of
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Church Street
Church Street
On this street stands a charming three
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Sidegate
Sidegate
The most remarkable building here is
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High Street
High Street
The South side houses a continuous line
0:15
Town House
Town House
William Adam (1748) gave a solemn
0:15
Hardgate
Hardgate
Kinloch House, with its Dutch-style
0:15
See all