You can locate this ruinious home along the Water of Milk in the county of Dumfries an Gallowa (Dumfries and Galloway), Scotland. The Milkbank House abandoned estate was built in 1895 by architect Frank James Chambers Carruthers. William Ogle retired to his mansion home in 1897 and served as a JP for Dumfries.
Built with several editions with different areas being 2 or 3 stories tall. Styled in Scottish Baronial architecture, also referred to Scots Baronial, which draws into the Castle like appearance of this estate. The structure is listed as At-Risk by the HES (Historic Environment Scotland).
The kennels for the dogs can be seen below.
At a certain time after a war torn period it was sought for the demolition of the home. Furthermore, it was un-roofed and gutted instead of destroyed.
You can find this home using these coordinates. 55.072329, -3.347515.
Images 1, 2 and 3 by Paradasos.
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