"6 stage rubble stair tower but with chambers on the 2 upper floors....the tower is parapeted with crenellated angle turrets at the south east and south west; these are corbelled at the upper floors. A variety of opening of various dates including a Y-traceried window to upper-most chamber. Single storey polygonal projection to south with ogee headed openings and crenellated parapet of 19th century date."
The tower became a category B listed building in 1984 and in 1995 was incorporated into a modern private home. The more recent photograph was taken post-conversion and is taken from the Lundin Ladies Golf Course. More in the next post on the history of Lundin House.