59 Machrie Drive Castlemilk G45 0AZ
Attributed to David Hamilton, 1790; Elder & Cannon, 2007
Category B Listed
A fine and rare example of a grand late Georgian stable block and one of the few remnants of the old Castlemilk House and estate. Visit to learn about the people who lived and worked in the Stables, the surrounding woodland and the restoration.
This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the rich history of the area including the wealthy Stuart family who owned the Stables and the surrounding land. Learn about the people who lived and worked in the Stables and find out about the creation of the woodland and the designed landscape created for the Stuarts by William Gilchrist. Finally come and see the transformation of the Stables from a derelict building to a fantastic community space that has been a catalyst for change in the local area.
Discover Green Glasgow: As part of your visit why not take a stroll through the woodlands adjacent to the Stables building that were created by the famous forester William Gilchrist in the 1800s.
Number in Brochure: 60
Sat & Sun 10am 4pm
Full Disabled Access
Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): Croftfoot
Parking: Car Park Available On-Site Free of Charge
Car park situated in front of the building and also on street parking.
0141 634 2673