Set on a hill to the south west of Aberdeen city centre, Marine Terrace Conservation Area is a fine example of 19th century middle and upper middle class suburban residential expansion.
Archibald Simpson, a prominent Aberdeen neoclassical 19th century architect, was responsible for designing a significant part of the area along with other principal Aberdeen architects of the period. Marine Terrace Conservation Area has an affluent and well maintained character and was one of Aberdeen's first conservation areas.
This is a compact Conservation Area centred on Marine Terrace in Ferryhill.
Masterplanning, Design and Conservation
Strategic Place Planning
Aberdeen City Council
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