Ode to home Invershiel was a reflection of the strong Scottish heritage in the High Country. Agnes McRae Morton, who cofounded the Grandfather Highland Games (top) in 1957, is shown with her son, Julian, outside her croft house, while a pet goat nibbles on the grass roof.
Highland Haven Julian with his Scotties in front of Invershiel’s Stable Club. The community drew inspiration from a village near his family’s ancestral home, Eilean Donan Castle.
Family Ties Julian with his mother, Agnes McRae Morton, and niece, Catherine Morton, in the croft house living room, which featured a stone hearth, wormy chestnut paneling, leaded glass windows, and a cathedral ceiling
Village Life Julian Morton (seated) and neighbors in front of his stone townhouse in Invershiel, which was built to resemble a prominent tower of Claypotts Castle in Scotland
Modern Luxury Most of the original houses, including Dumont Castle, remain at Tynecastle. Many have been updated or expanded over the years.