Leven, Linnwood Hall

Leven, Linnwood Hall

Site Name Leven, Linnwood Hall

Classification Convalescent Home (20th Century), Country House (19th Century)

Alternative Name(s) Linwood Hall; Carlow Mansions; Convalescent Home For The Wives Of Miners; Residential School

Canmore ID 119119

Site Number NO30SE 96

NGR NO 37272 01634

Datum Osgb36 - Ngr

Council Fife

Parish Scoonie (kirkcaldy)

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Linnwood Hall exterior

Posted by Leslie Williamson on the 31/05/2018

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Linnwood Hall, known locally as 'Carlow Mansions', was built for Charles Carlow, Chairman of the Fife Coal Company, Deputy Chairman of the North British Rail Company and Director of the Royal Bank. The first residents were George Waugh Bruce and his wife Mary Carlow, daughter of Charkles Augustus Carlow. It also appears that the instruction to build the house was by George Waugh Bruce.

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