The house is an example of Victorian baronial splendour and is said to be one of the best surviving examples of Heiton's work. The house was a typical country house with a library, servants' quarters and many bedrooms.
Transformed in 1926 into a nursing home for the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, by Ernest Auldjo Jamieson the house was sold on to local government in the 1950s and had a role during the Cold War as a control centre for communications.
- Vogrie Country Park - official site, includes Vogrie House
- Daily Mail article, May 1st, 2007 - Ed Dewar whose family lost Vogrie House
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