Caldwell House

Caldwell House, a mansion constructed around 1773 to a design by Robert Adam, has been the subject of extensive study, mostly through the papers of the Mure family archive. 
The work includes information on William Mure's relationship with Robert Adam; the initial construction of Caldwell House; the financial problems following the death of Baron Mure and the completion and occupation of Caldwell House.



Our publication of this work is now available with an inexpensive ebook version also available.
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The early relationship between Robert Adam and William Mure is also discussed in our article Robert Adam, William Mure and the Edinburgh Riding School appearing in The Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland Magazine, Spring 2016.


Caldwell House (detail from Ramsay, 1839)











View of Caldwell House  -  detail from Ramsay (1839) Views of Renfrewshire