Hallgreen Castle is said to have been built in 1376, although it has been added to over the years. Parts of the original castle are thought to form the core of the building, which now takest he form of a late 16th century L-plan house.
Aside from the nucleus of the building, the elevations to the south and the east are thought to be the oldest parts.
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Where is Hallgreen Castle?
Hallgreen Castle is in the parish of Bervie and the county of Kincardineshire.
Grid reference:NO 83156 72110
Lat / long:56.84020023,-2.277040115