Coxton Tower

Located near the village of Lhanbryde in Moray Council Area, the Coxton Tower dates from 1641. It is a four-storey tower house with a single vaulted room on each floor which is linked by a narrow spiral stair within the wall thickness. The roof of the tower is made of stone slabs and there are two circular bartizan towers.

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