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TITLE
Rosehaugh House, Avoch
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_0697
PLACENAME
Rosehaugh
DISTRICT
Avoch
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Avoch
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
32618
KEYWORDS
avoch
rosehaugh
black isle
Rosehaugh House, Avoch

Rosehaugh House was a magnificent building on the Rosehaugh estate to the west of Avoch, until demolished in recent years. There has been a house on the grounds since around 1762 - initially a modest L-shaped building, on the lands known by the two names of Pittanochtie and Rosehaugh.

Avoch - pronounced A'ach - is a small village on the south side of the Black Isle, and its shores are washed by the waters of the Beauly Firth.. The name Avoch is said to mean shallow waters - as the bay is very shallow. The tide recedes and flows further than in any other part of this side of the Moray Firth.

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Rosehaugh House, Avoch

ROSS: Avoch

avoch; rosehaugh; black isle

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Rosehaugh House was a magnificent building on the Rosehaugh estate to the west of Avoch, until demolished in recent years. There has been a house on the grounds since around 1762 - initially a modest L-shaped building, on the lands known by the two names of Pittanochtie and Rosehaugh.<br /> <br /> Avoch - pronounced A'ach - is a small village on the south side of the Black Isle, and its shores are washed by the waters of the Beauly Firth.. The name Avoch is said to mean shallow waters - as the bay is very shallow. The tide recedes and flows further than in any other part of this side of the Moray Firth.