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Maryculter, Aberdeenshire AB12 5GD
Mr and Mrs Melfort Campbell
The Altries garden has been redesigned to give a feeling of space and let in the light. The house itself is surrounded by a terraced area, borders and lawns. There is an exceptional view looking west up the River Dee, a woodland walk, a slate sphere sculpture using the original slates of the house following the refurbishment, a striking ten-foot wall making use of the downtakings of the house, a small new greenhouse with rose arbour path and further use of granite, and the original walled garden which has vegetables, fruit, and a picking garden. Each area of the garden has its own feeling of being a separate destination. Beautiful mature beech trees surround the area, giving a great sense of privacy.

Directions: From Bridge of Dee, follow the South Deeside road, B9077. Half a mile after Maryculter House Hotel, turn left at yellow SGS sign, and follow signs to car park. For SatNav follow AB12 5GJ.

Saturday 13 June, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £4.00, children free.
· Newton Dee 60%.
The listing location on a map.