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Huntershill House

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The house, near Bishopbriggs, was built in 1770 just off the old post road to Edinburgh, now called Crowhill Road. Its most famous occupant was Thomas Muir (1765 - 1799) the Scottish political reformer. The building is listed as category B on Historic Scotland's listed buildings register and is now used as a recreation centre.

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