Boleskine House is an eighteenth-century manor house, once home to several notable figures in history. Currently undergoing restoration from two fires in recent history, the house is intended to become a community and cultural center.
Boleskine House is an eighteenth-century manor house with an ecclectic history, once being the home of Archibald Campbell Fraser of Lovat, mystic and mountaineer Aleister Crowley, and rock and roll legend Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin fame. Two fires in recent history have destroyed the building, but restoration efforts are now underway by The Boleskine House Foundation.
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