Old Haa, Symbister
2 storey, much altered. Remains of walled garden with 2 arched entrances.
Symbister house (nearby) retains an Armorial Panel dated 1750 inscribed
John Bruce Steuart and Christina Gifford, sculpted by John Forbes.
This may have came from the Haa, former residence of the Bruces of
The Haa, Bruray
L Plan. 2 storeys, 3 bays. Late Haa form. Built by the Garth Estate factor,
Walker, brought in to improve the land in the 1860's and 1870's.
Two storey, originally with piended roof in the Scots style of John Smith.
Built for the Mouats of Garth. Later pedimented attic, 3 bays. 7 bays
grouped 1/5/1 with the principal rooms on the first floor emphasised
by the larger windows. The deep plan is in marked contrast to the Haa
form but the pronounced garret (before the pediment was added) is a
typical Haa feature. The Drawing room retains its arcaded and fielded
panelling to a similar pattern as the Haa of Sand.
2 storeys, 3 bays. Rebuilt 1819. Built as the Manse in later Haa form.
before 1684. I½ storey with few deepset windows
and three massive chimneys. Restored to seasonal farmhouse 1986.