Auchenbowie House is a villa near the Scottish city of Stirling in the council area of the same name . In 1973 the structure was included in the Scottish monument lists in the highest monument category A. The associated sundial is classified separately as a Category B structure.
The building was erected during the 17th century. In the course of its history it was revised and expanded twice, namely in 1768 and in the course of the 19th century. A major restoration of Auchenbowie House was undertaken in 1967.
Auchenbowie House is isolated about two kilometers southwest of the manor house Bannockburn House a few hundred meters west of the M80 and A872 . Bannockburn , now part of Stirling, is located around three kilometers to the northeast. Originally, Auchenbowie House had an L-shaped floor plan, which was lost due to the extensions. The villa has three floors. Your interior is elaborately designed in Adam style. The sundial in the garden was made in 1702. It is designed as an obelisk .
- Entry on Auchenbowie House in Canmore, Historic Environment Scotland database