Corsehill Castle

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Corsehill Castle was originally a 12th century fortification. By 1840 the castle was so modernised, it was difficult to realise that it had been a ruin but by the late 19th century it was a very ruinous mansion. The remains stand on a platform and consist of irregular-shaped banks, a single fragment of high wall, with a eastern fireplace and other small fragments of masonry.

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Corsehill Castle is located north of Stewarton, off the A735. 7 miles north of Kilmarnock, on the A735.


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