Description"Must have been the principal house to be named with the same name as the place I think. A fellow geographer has provided the following after researching this property since 1981: “Cumdivock House is the ancestral home of the Blamire family. There was a house on the site - just under the porch from the 12th Century. This house originally took in the white part - now Cumdivock farm, and the porch was on the join of the two parts. It was altered circa 1918. The house is rather unique in that it has a barrel roofed cellar and in the wall of the cellar is the original well again it is a domed recess and is now almost full of rubble. Hope this is of interest”." Photo by John Holmes, 2006.
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Added by: Simon Cotterill
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Picture Taken: 2006-04-01