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MONIAIVE VILLAGE KILNEISS HOUSELB10298

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: A
  • Date Added: 26/06/1986

Location

  • Local Authority: Dumfries And Galloway
  • Planning Authority: Dumfries And Galloway
  • Parish: Glencairn

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NX 77371 91018
  • Coordinates: 277371, 591018

Description

Sir John J Burnet of Glasgow, architect, 1884,

re-constructing a simple cottage in an arts and crafts manner

for James Paterson, artist; now an irregular single storey

and attic house, 2-storey rear wing, and linked by porch and conservatory to former studio: arrangement forming patio,

open to south. Mostly harled; ashlar dressings; some timber

framing. Variety of roof types and levels; mostly with

projecting eaves; windows mostly have small panes. Open

timber porch on west wall of house, window above with

bracketed timber dormer heads; south elevation: outer bays

canted at ground floor, right bay canted at attic also, and

tile hung above eaves, with faceted roof. Attic gable jettied

in left bay above shallow oriel, roof swept down over inner

bay and supported on turned wooden column, forming open

verandah; keystone of single oculus behind latter inscribed

as marriage stone. Rear wing has crow-stepped gable at north

end of west wall; inner gable with shaped skews to north

wall, north east corner raised to attic level, and corbelled

in Baronial manner. Mostly coped stacks. Conservatory and

studio essentially rectangular-plan, canted ingle-neuk with

lying-pane windows on south gable; massive square stack rises

above (small tripartite in low shed to left); north gable

head open, with vertical glazing pattern; roof lights. Slate

roofs. Interior: L-shaped dining room at east with water leaf

cornice and swags of fruit forming frame on ceiling;

similarly shaped bedroom above; wooden stair with turned

balusters; stair window opens onto conservatory; screen with

strapwork decoration leads into conservatory; studio door

beyond. Studio has round arched screen at ingle neuk;

platform at north end. Dado panelling, and decorative timber

work at eaves and above. Low, ashlar-coped rubble wall to

main road; simple iron gate.

Statement of Special Interest

The re-modelling & additions to the house was Burnet's

wedding present to James Paterson. Inscribed Keystone is

dated and bears initials of James Paterson and of Elica

Ferguson.

References

Bibliography

Belgrave Gallery, THE PATERSON FAMILY (Exhibition Catalogue,

1977)

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