Craigie Castle, Scotland
Craigie Castle was originally built for the Lyndesay or Lindsay clan. The castle passed to John Wallace of Riccarton through marriage about 1371 as the last heir was a daughter. This line of the Ayrshire Wallaces then lived at Craigie Castle until they moved to Newton Castle in Ayr in 1588. Craigie Castle was then left to fall into ruin. The castle is recognized as one of the earliest buildings in the county and is one of the finest examples of a vaulted hall in Scotland.
Craigie Castle is about 4 miles southeast of Kilmarnock, South Ayrshire, Scotland. This has been noted as the possible birthplace of William Wallace.
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