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Listed Buildings within five miles of AB32 6HZ, sorted by distance

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  1. B Hopeman Cottage (Old Toll House) Elrick
    Skene
  2. C Kirkton of Skene, Proctor's Orphanage Including Steading
    Skene
  3. C Kirkton of Skene, Proctor's Orphanage Including Steading
    Skene
  4. B Kirkton House, Walled Garden
    Skene
  5. B Kirkton House (Originally Kirkville)
    Skene
  6. C Skene Churchyard
    Skene
  7. B Kirkton House, Dovecot
    Skene
  8. B Parish Church of Skene
    Skene
  9. B Manse of Skene
    Skene
  10. B Manse of Skene, Sundial
    Skene
  11. C Mill of Brotherfield, Bridge over Brodiach Burn at Easter Ord
    Peterculter
  12. C Mill of Brotherfield
    Peterculter
  13. B Easter Skene House, Walled Garden
    Skene
  14. C "The Shrine" Kinmundy House
    Skene
  15. C Dovecot Kinmundy House
    Skene
  16. B March Stone No 27 South of Easter Ord and South-West of a Footbridge
    Peterculter
  17. B Easter Skene House
    Skene
  18. B March Stone No. 26 at the Confluence of the Ord or Brodiach Burn with the Rotten or Silver Burn.
    Peterculter
  19. B East Lochside Farmhouse Photos
    Skene
  20. B East Lochside, Steading
    Skene
  21. B Auchinclech, Steading.
    Skene
  22. B Auchinclech
    Skene
  23. B March Stone No.28 on the Farm of Borrowston on the Parish Boundary East of Easter Mains.
    Newhills
  24. B March Stone No 25 on the S.e. Face of Brunt Hill Near the Rotten or Silver Burn.
    Peterculter
  25. B March Stone No.30 on the Farm of Wynford at the Confluence of the Tulloch and Blind Burns As the Bla
    Newhills
  26. B March Stone No.29 on the Farm of Wynford on the Parish Boundary North of Wellside and Near the Burn.
    Newhills
  27. B March Stone No 24 to the West of the Farm Buildings of North Westfield
    Peterculter
  28. A Tower Lodges and Gates and Loch of Skene Boathouse, Dunecht House.
    Skene
  29. B March Stone No.31 on the Farm of Wynford W of the Road to Rivehill and N.n.e. of No.30
    Newhills
  30. A Tower Lodges and Gates and Loch of Skene Boathouse, Dunecht House.
    Skene
  31. A Garlogie Village Hall, Turbine and Engine House.
    Skene
  32. A Garlogie Village Hall, Turbine and Engine House.
    Skene
  33. C Mill House, Garlogie.
    Skene
  34. B Doric Columns, Loch Skene at Boathouse Wood
    Echt
  35. C Garlogie House (Under Factor's House)
    Skene
  36. B Kinellar, Tertowie House, Nuclear Bunker
    Kinellar
  37. B Kinellar, Tertowie House, Walled Garden
    Kinellar
  38. B Kinellar, Tertowie House Including Terraced Wall, Bridge, Memorial Stone and Gatepiers
    Kinellar
  39. C Kinellar, Tertowie House, Stable Courtyard Including Boundary Wall
    Kinellar
  40. C No. 1 Garlogie
    Skene
  41. C No. 3 Garlogie
    Skene
  42. C No. 2 Garlogie
    Skene
  43. C Friends Burial Ground W.n.w. of Kingswells House
    Newhills
  44. B March Stone No. 23 at Top of Beans Hill.
    Peterculter
  45. C Bridgend Smithy
    Skene
  46. C Cloghill House, Offices
    Newhills
  47. B Cloghill House
    Newhills
  48. B Cloghill House Sundial
    Newhills
  49. C Peterculter Old Free Church, Contlaw
    Peterculter
  50. C Upper Anguston, Farmhouse
    Peterculter
  51. B Kingswells House
    Newhills
  52. C Lochside
    Echt
  53. B Clinterty House
    Newhills
  54. C Nether Terryvale, Farmhouse
    Skene
  55. B March Stone No. 22 on Another Knoll West of the Farm of Westfield.
    Peterculter
  56. B March Stone No.32 on the Farm of Tulloch in a Cairn of Stone South of Southside of Clinterty
    Newhills
  57. B March Stone No. 21. on a Knoll West of the Farm of Westfield
    Peterculter
  58. C Fairley House
    Newhills
  59. B March Stone No.33 on the Farm of Tulloch Near the Source of the Blind Burn.
    Newhills
  60. B Nether Anguston, Farmhouse
    Peterculter
  61. B March Stone No. 20 on the Line of the Same Dyke As No. 19 to the West.
    Peterculter
  62. B Waulkmill Bridge over Culter Burn.
    Peterculter
  63. C Kingswells Old Manse
    Newhills
  64. C Kingswells Church of Scotland
    Newhills
  65. B March Stone No. 19. at the N.w. Head of the Den of Murtle on the Farm of West Field at the Side of a
    Peterculter
  66. C Lodge, Skene House
    Skene
  67. C Milton of Drum Bridge over Gormack Burn
    Drumoak
  68. B March Stone No. 18 at the Head of Den of Murtle on and to N. of Farm of Hilton
    Peterculter
  69. B Drum Castle Lodge
    Drumoak
  70. B March Stone No.34 on the Farm of Greenwelltree Near the Carlet Burn at the Point Where the March Rea
    Newhills
  71. C Binghill House, Milltimber
    Peterculter
  72. B March Stone No.35 on the Farm of Greenwelltree on the Line of the Chapman Road.
    Newhills
  73. C Templefold
    Echt
  74. B March Stone No.36 on the Farm of Greenwelltree on the Line of the Chapman Road.
    Newhills
  75. C Templefold
    Echt
  76. B Countesswells House
    Peterculter
  77. C Templefold
    Echt
  78. A Culter House (St. Margaret's School for Girls Boarding House)
    Peterculter
  79. B Culter House Walled Garden, Gazebo, Dovecot and Gatepiers
    Peterculter
  80. B March Stone No 37 Ashtown Farm
    Newhills
  81. B Skene House, Stableblock.
    Skene
  82. C Countesswells House Doocot
    Peterculter
  83. C Craigiedarg Cottages.
    Skene
  84. B Skene House Cottage to West of Stables Block
    Skene
  85. B March Stone No. 17 About 150 Yards West of the Belt of Trees Containing No 16 Near a Cairn of Field
    Peterculter
  86. A Skene House, Including Terrace and Garden Ornaments.
    Skene
  87. A Skene House, Including Terrace and Garden Ornaments.
    Skene
  88. B March Stone No.38 on the South Side of the Road from Ashtown Near the Bridge Where the Gouff Burn Is
    Newhills
  89. B March Stone No.39 on the North Side of the Road from Ashtown About 50yds East of No. 38.
    Newhills
  90. C Manse Cottage
    Newhills
  91. B Drum Castle, Walled Garden
    Drumoak
  92. B Kennerty Bridge
    Peterculter
  93. B Churchyard of Newhills (Old Part Only)
    Newhills
  94. B Old Parish Church of Newhills
    Newhills
  95. B Kennerty House
    Peterculter
  96. B Skene House, Walled Garden
    Skene
  97. C North Deeside Road at Craigton Crescent, Peterculter Parish Church (Church of Scotland), Including B
    Peterculter
  98. B Murtleden, Inchyra Road
    Peterculter
  99. B Ladyhill House
    Peterculter
  100. B Upper Kennerty Mills
    Peterculter

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