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Assets & Architecture

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  • The Moray Society has identified Altyre’s portfolio of agricultural buildings, houses and artefacts as a significant and valued asset to the Moray region
  • The early Christian Ogham shaft, was moved to its present site from near Roseisle during the 19th Century and is a scheduled ancient monument
  • The stone shell of the second Altyre Parish dates from around 1220
  • The tombstone commemorating Robert Cumming of Logie 1744-1812
  • The unique Italianate Grade A listed Blairs Farm Steading designed by Archibald Simpson in 1835 described by Historic Scotland as “a most unusual complex of outstanding interest”
  • 40 residential properties, an exceptional stable courtyard and an historic Victorian timber church and rare Cricket Pavilion
  • Altyre Stables designed by John Kinross 1902, comprising a single storey and loft and 2-storey courtyard stable, carriage house and dwelling range
  • The present ‘Altyre House’, designed by the noted arts and crafts architect WL Carruthers in 1895, originally built as a Parsonage 
  • A range of traditional, well-crafted 19th-century farm workers’ cottages, also created by Carruthers, noted for their distinctive ‘saltire’ glazing pattern. He also designed the former estate school, now divided into two dwellings.






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Our aim is to establish Altyre as the 'rural hub' within Moray and as a regional 'gateway' to innovation, enterprise and investment.
Altyre Estate Forres IV36 2SH | Tel (0)1309 672265 E-mail office@altyre.com
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