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Blairlogie forms part of the parish of the ancient Logie Kirk which lies to its west. It comprises mainly 17th-19th century cottages and was one of central Scotland's earliest Conservation villages.
At the foot of Castle Law (and giving its name to the hill) stood Blairlogie Castle, built in 1543 by Alexander Spittal and surviving until the early 20th century. The castle and surrounding estate was purchased by Lt Col Hare of Calder Hall in 1891 who extensively rebuilt it.
An abandoned copper mine lies to the east of the village.
The Scottish International rugby player Kenny Logan used to live in the village and several of his relatives live in the area.
- "Blairlogie: Overview". Gazetteer for Scotland. Retrieved 24 November 2018.
- Logie: A Parish History by Menzies Fergusson
- Geological Survey of Great Britain (1920). Special Reports on the Mineral Resources of Great Britain. Stationery Office. p. 142.
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