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Croft an Righ House Edinburgh
NT 269-740 Midlothian Scotland

Croft an Righ HouseCroft an Righ House is a late 16th or early 17th century stone L-plan laird's house, founded by Alexander Elphinstone. Of two storeys and an attic and a three storey wing, the first floor hall in the main block has a fine plaster ceiling. Bartizans crown three of the angles and one is pierced with shot-holes, consumed by fire in the 17th century, the house was extensively remodelled for William Graham, earl of Airth. Nearby is the Palace of Holyroodhouse and 3 miles south-east is Craigmillar Castle.

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Croft an Righ House is located in Edinburgh, off Croft an Righ. A mile east of Edinburgh city centre, on Calton Road.

The view from the road is restrict.

There is a car park nearby.

Croft an Righ House pictures and large castle map
Croft an Righ House Picture 1Croft an Righ House Picture 2Croft an Righ House Picture 3Castle Map of the Area

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