Listed Building

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PHYSGILL HOUSELB10127

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
20/07/1972
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Glasserton
NGR
NX 42816 36663
Coordinates
242816, 536663

Description

Much altered mid-18th century house. Formerly enclosed on 3 sides by large early 19th century classical country house, latter demolished circa 1959, leaving original house in isolation.

Rectangular-plan, 3-storey and basement house, 2-storey 1959 addition to W, 2-storey piend-roofed pavilion to E survives from early 19th century house. All single light windows, sash and case with 12-pane glazing. S ELEVATION: painted rubble with rendered raised margins, 3-bays, gable over right bay.

N ELEVATION: 4 regular bays, rubble with polished red sandstone margins.E ELEVATION: part of early 19th century house, rubble with polished red sandstone angles and margins. Originally 2-storey now cut down to single storey. Single light window with pediment and architrave set in semi-circular panel. Piended roof.

W ELEVATION: 2-storey, 5-bay , harled 1959 wing, single light windows, sash and case with 12-pane glazing.

Slate roofs, end and axial stacks, end skews.

INTERIOR: little of the 18th century house survives, some doors and shutters to top floor.

Statement of Special Interest

Drawing of early 19th century house in NMRS.

References

Bibliography

1959 alterations by A C WOLFE and Patners, Gatehouse of Fleet.

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