The Vine is a 19th Century Villa Dundee deluxe 1836 Georgian Town House in the West End of Dundee.[43 Magdalen Yard Road Dundee]. Built 1836 for the George Duncan MP, said to be by Mackenzie, a Perth architect. A single storey on a raised base plinth with cupola over the central hall, late Georgian with classical Greek and Egyptian design elements. It is a substantial single storey villa, a neo-Greek pavilion set upon a plinth and set within spacious gardens overlooking the Tay. The architect is unknown but the similarities with Thomas Hamilton’s Arthur Lodge, Edinburgh have been noted by architectural historians Professor David Walker and Charles Mackean. The similarities include the neo-Greek style, the top lit hall, the decoration and the split level arrangement of accommodation.