Corehouse
Corehouse
A large country house near Lanark, built in 1844 by the Cranstoun family, head of Clan Cranstoun, on a site by the River Clyde. The architect was Sir Edward Blore, who created a beautiful family home in the new mock Tudor style that was just then gaining popularity in Scotland.
The house can be reached by way of a riverside walk from New Lanark World Heritage site, across the Falls of Clyde Nature Reserve.