Work on restoration and conversion of Seafield House into flats

August 2022

March 2022

Entrance porch to large mansion with 4-storey tower and side wings

November 2021

October 2021

August 2021

May 2021

January 2021

December 2020

November 2020

October 2020

September 2020


Aerial video of Seafield House in May 2015

Seafield House 18th May 2015, by kind permission of Advanced Aerial Media website.

Derelict Seafield House 2012


Photograph of Friends of Seafield House grouped in front of the house.

Copyright ELGATO Film Productions
FoSH Photocall, 1 Dec 2012


October 2012 – Friends of Seafield House established

photographs copyright ELGATO


1890 – Seafield House home of Sir William Arrol

photographs copyright Historic Environment Scotland


7 thoughts on “Gallery

  1. Pingback: Seafield House Update: Work progressing after lockdown period | Friends of Seafield House

  2. Absolute sin to see such a stunning building in this condition. Tragic that the beautifully crafted interiors have been destroyed by mindless vandals

    • Thanks very much for your comment. Whilst the building is unlikely to be restored to it’s original state, we are hoping that some of the original interior features which remain can be saved before the building deteriorates any further. With this in mind, we eagerly await the decision on the sale of Seafield House.

    • Wasn’t it due to fire causing the roof to collapse that’s ruined the interior? Not all people who enjoy visiting and photographing Scotland’s old beautiful abandoned homes/house/hospitals/castles and halls are ‘mindless vandals’

      • Most of the damage to the interior was due to the fire and subsequent neglect. There are still questions that may never be answered about how the fire started. If it was started deliberately, then it was certainly an act of vandalism to destroy such a beautiful house. Whilst not condoning illegal entry into buildings, there is certainly a value of the work of photographers who have captured images of abandoned buildings, like Seafield House, in a responsible way. These photographs provide a record of building details that that may be lost forever otherwise.

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