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LADY STAIR'S CLOSE by Carolanne Jardine

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LADY STAIR'S CLOSE -takes its name from Lady Stair’s House which was built in 1622 by Sir William Gray of Pittendrum. The house was bought in 1719 by the widow of John Dalrymple, first Earl of Stair and it is after her that the house is named. The house was presented to the city by the Earl of Roseberry in 1907 and it is now the Writers Museum exhibiting relics of Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson.

A real hidden gem in Edinburgh's historic old town.

Mounted giclee print 30.5 x 14cm   Image size 25.5x 9cm 

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