Rosemount Mini Ramble
The Cult Of Coffee
28 Esslemont Ave
Developed from the full length Rosemount Ramble, focusing on the hidden gem of Mackie Place, the 18th century cul-de-sac owned by hide-skinner, Robert Mackie, who commissioned the distinctive ogee-shaped "White House" and the remaining tenement of no's 4-5, and Jack's Brae, where there were industries galore, including Strachan's Mill, Paterson's Tannery and later the North of Scotland Bedding Company. There's the story of St John's Well, the main fresh water source for the inhabitants of Jack's Brae and Hardweird; George Dickie, the owner of Cherryvale, a long-lost mansion, who tried to block the owners of the White House/Galleries from overlooking his garden. Three hundred years of history in 60min!Not suitable for disabled or those with restricted mobility.Content suitable for all ages.Wear sturdy shoes. Dogs welcome if well-behaved.Meet: Cult of Coffee, 28 Esslemont AveDuration:1hr
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