Tuesday 13 March 2012: Composition No 533: Harlaw House
Scottish castles date from various ages with bits built onto existing structures, so a defensive structure in 1300 followed by more fortifications in the mad times of the Reformation or the 1745 Rebellion is typical.
Then maybe a wee tower or two in Victorian times followed by some Edwardian additions.
Most adhere to the historical context in some way or other.
Then there are the follies like Harlaw House.