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By Graham Johnston In the early 1970s the order of nuns who had occupied the property as a retreat since 1954 moved out and sold the property. Some time elapsed with no refurbishment or development until 1999 or thereabouts when the first putative developers of Elie House, Alex Braidwood &…

By Graham Johnston The house was built in 1697 by Sir William Anstruther as the home for the Anstruther family. They lived there for six generations before selling the house and the estate to William Baird, an iron and steel magnate from Lanarkshire. Legend tells that a curse was put…

By Graham Johnston In the early 1970s the order of nuns who had occupied the property as a retreat since 1954 moved out and sold the property. Some time elapsed with no refurbishment or development until 1999 or thereabouts when the first putative developers of Elie House, Alex Braidwood &…

By Graham Johnston The house was built in 1697 by Sir William Anstruther as the home for the Anstruther family. They lived there for six generations before selling the house and the estate to William Baird, an iron and steel magnate from Lanarkshire. Legend tells that a curse was put…

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