Kellie castle in Fife, one of the oldest and finest in Scotland.
Restored by Sir Robert Lorimer
in the 1880s as the family home, it is now in the care of the National Trust for Scotland.
Note the scarcement, (supporting an unhealthy level of plant growth)
stair tower in the
re-entrant angle (Detail), missing its conical roof,
corbelled out, but also supported on a
squinch arch (Detail).
Note also the heavy double string course (Detail),
and the aediculed window (Detail) set to the right of the