Coo Palace Through The Round Window
Located on the coast of South West Scotland in a stunning position overlooking Wigtown Bay and the Solway Firth, Corseyard Farm and Model Dairy or ‘The Coo Palace’ as it is more commonly known, was built in the early 1900’s by wealthy Manchester Merchant James Brown who retired to the area in 1895.
Set in around 8 acres this iconic landmark fell into disrepair after Brown’s death in 1920 and was given a Grade A-listing by Historic Scotland in 1991.
So it was with a strict brief to preserve as much of Coo Palace’s character as possible, that A J & D Chapelhow (Cliburn) Ltd were entrusted with the job of creating the wooden windows and doors in traditional style for the main buildings and tower.
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