Bree and Roger were offered a big opportunity in Outlander Season 7, Episode 3. Lallybroch is for sale. Will they end up buying Bree’s family home?
Caution: This post contains spoilers for Outlander Season 7, Episode 3.
Who would have thought that Jamie’s daughter would have ever ended up owning Lallybroch? Before Culloden, Jamie made sure the transfer of the home was dated before he became a traitor. This allowed Jenny’s son, Jamie, to own Lallybroch to make sure it, at least, stayed in the family.
Of course, the deeds were never going to be transferred back. Once Bree showed up, 20 years had passed. The home had become that of the Murrays. Nobody was ever going to argue that. So, it looked like what would have once been Bree’s birthright would never end up in her hands.
Well, fast-forward to the 1980s. There may be a chance to correct that.
Will Bree buy Lallybroch in Outlander Season 7?
Bree and Roger took a trip to Lallybroch. It turns out that the ancestral home is up for sale. The MacKenzies certainly looked interested in getting it.
The two have struggled to figure things out since returning from the 18th century. When Claire returned, she immediately had Frank, Mrs. Graham, and Reverend Wakefield to help her. She didn’t need to explain too much. While we can assume that Joe Abernathy likely knows something and the two have Fiona, there are very few people who know about time travel in the 20th century. There are few people for Bree and Roger to turn to so they can acclimatize.
Getting Lallybroch back in Bree’s hands could be the way to do that. They would have a place to call their home to raise their children, and there’s that connection to the past that they’ve been craving. There is a lot of work to do to the home, though. Will they be willing to take it all on? Can they financially manage it?