Aberdour House

Case Study Description

    This expansive 2009 built mansion at New Aberdour near Fraserburgh is one of our most impressive accomplishments.

    The mostly natural split face granite frontage ties well to the harled sides and rear. Granite mullions, lintels, jambs and sills help create the bold presence of the double stacked bay windows.

    Windows in the harled sections of the house use a simple bush hammered sill to elegantly hint at the granite nature of the building without the grand character of the fully granite front.

    Granites: Balmoral Silver

    – Base course: Bush hammered surfaces, sawn edges, chamfered top edge
    – Walling blocks: Natural Face, sawn edges
    – Quoins: Natural face, 50mm bush hammered margin on edge
    – Paving: Flamed surface, sawn edge
    – Copes: Bush Hammered

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