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Moray Place : Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson House

Greek Thomson House, Scotland – 19th century Scottish home

Moray Place House

1-10 Moray Place, Glasgow, Scotland
Date built: 1861
Design: Alexander Greek Thomson, architect

Summary:

The Alexander Thomson family moved into 1 Moray Place in 1861, on completion of the initial terrace of ten houses. Alexander “Greek” Thomson eventually died at this address.

Alexander Greek Thomson

News, May 2004

No.1 Moray Place, Strathbungo, Glasgow by Alexander Greek Thomson is for sale at £275,000. The home of Greek Thomson expert, Gavin Stamp, the Grade A-listed house was lived in by Greek Thomson until 1875.

Not to be confused with Moray Place House in Edinburgh by architect Richard Murphy




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