Tuesday, 15 September 2015
The manor house of Logie (below) was apparently in existence prior to 1660, but from 1722-78 extensive alterations were carried out. The building was demolished in 1908.
Cleghorn Street was named after William Cleghorn, manufacturer, who long occupied Logie House as tenant, and afterwards became proprietor of the estate of Logie.
Following the removal of Logie House, tenements were erected on the most of the lands.