Frenchland Tower

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Frenchland Tower was originally a 16th century stone rectangular tower house. Of three storeys and a garret, in the 17th century a substantial L-plan wing was added, which contained a scale-and-plait staircase rising from ground to first-floor levels, with additional accommodation on the floors above. But sadly only the gables now stand to their full height, with part of the original wheel-stair in one corner. Around the tower there are traces of an enclosure and to the south-east, what may be an outbuilding.

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Frenchland Tower is located east of Moffat, off the A708. 22 miles north-east of Dumfries on the A701-A708.


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