Strathleven House Jigsaw
Constructed around 1700, Strathleven House is one of the earliest Palladian buildings in Scotland. Its design is attributed to the James Smith, a notable architect who was employed as the Scottish Master of Works. In 1830, Strathleven was purchased by the Glasgow merchant James Ewing. It was owned by his descendants until 1947 when the estate was compulsorily purchased by the Government. After being initially used as an office, the house fell victim to fire, vandalism and dry rot before being purchased by SHBT in 1985 and restored as a flexible office and events venue.
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Situated in the Vale of Leven, close to Loch Lomond, Strathleven House offers a picturesque and stunning backdrop for weddings, conferences or everyday work. Its grand historic spaces offer a window into past ages whilst also being fully equipped for 21st century needs.
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