Friendville


Friendville, Aberdeen

"Friendville is a large manor house and estate in the Mannofield area of Aberdeen Scotland operated as a hireable exclusive use venue. It is notable for being situated in the city of Aberdeen itself yet containing an estate and gardens that are more commonly found in rural country houses. Friendville house is a category B listed building and t "Intro Friendville is a large manor house and estate in the Mannofield area of Aberdeen Scotland operated as a hireable exclusive use venue. It is notable for being situated in the city of Aberdeen itself yet containing an estate and gardens that are more commonly found in rural country houses. Friendville house is a category B listed building and t when the house was purchased by Arthur Dingwall Fordyce.In the period between 1798 and 1952 Friendville changed hands a number of times but always remained a residential property during this time large areas of the house were neglected and were allowed to deteriorate particularly the grounds and the gardens of Friendville which became an eyesore in the affluent Mannofield neighborhood. In 1952 the estate was purchased by William Bell a well known antiques dealer in Aberdeen who undertook a project to restore Friendvi the house and grounds were renovated in an attempt to bring the house back to its original standard whilst maintaining the Georgian architecture and Victorian interior. Architecture



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