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See The Hill House from a new perspective

‘Here is the house’ said Mackintosh to Walter Blackie on completion of the Hill House. ‘It is not an Italian Villa, an English Mansion House, a Swiss Chalet, or a Scotch Castle. It is a Dwelling House.’

The Hill House is considered to be Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s domestic masterpiece. Commissioned by Glasgow publisher Walter Blackie, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his wife, Margaret MacDonald, designed almost everything you can see here, from the building itself to the furniture and textiles.

A home to the Blackie family for nearly 50 years, the Hill House has fascinating stories waiting to be discovered. Venture inside to see the Mackintoshs’ iconic creations and find out about the people who lived here.

Walk around the many rooms of the house, including the newly-reopened Cloakroom, Boot Room and Daughters’ Bedroom, and marvel at the stunning interiors.

Experience the Hill House all to yourself with a private viewing in the morning or after hours – just ask the Hill House team for more details.