5 February 2012

Ballogie property to let

Beautiful Residences in Aberdeenshire to be Let
To be let, for such periods as may be agreed on, and entered to at Whitsunday first,

THE HOUSE, Offices, and Garden of BALLOGIE, with a certain privilege of shooting and fishing, as lately occupied by the deceased John Browne, Esq; and formerly by Lord O'Niel. - ALSO,

The COTTAGE of CARLOGIE, on the south bank of the river Dee, with the Garden and some Ground adjoining, and a privilege of fishing and shooting to be pointed out.  Entry immediately.

Both places are beautifully situated, sheltered by abundance of wood, and the houses fit for accommodating families.  They would afford most desirable residences either for sporting or retirement.  The distance from Aberdeen is about 28 miles, to which there is a turnpike road; and Ballogie is about 3 miles, and Carlogie less than one mile, from the village of Kincardine O'Neil, where there is a post-office and weekly market.

Apply to the Rev. Henry Innes at Balnacraig, by Kincardine O'Neil; or Hendry Lumsden, advocate in Aberdeen.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 5th February, 1812.

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