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OLD CRAWFORDTON FARMHOUSE AND ADJOINING VAULTED STRUCTURELB10316

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
26/06/1986
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Glencairn
NGR
NX 81584 88857
Coordinates
281584, 588857

Description

Essentially a late 17th/early 18th century 2-storey L-plan

house with derelict) single storey vaulted structure

(possibly of 16th century date) adjoining south west angle.

Whitewashed rubble; mostly painted roll-moulded margins; some blocked/inserted openings. House may incorporate earlier

fabric, eg at (? cut down) west gable of south range (latter

gable has inserted door and is not aligned with north range):

squared upper quoins on east gable indicate alterations:

south western angle indented, with blocked low door, 2

additional bays to south elevation (irregular fenestration to

other elevations): north range has door in piended full

height (modern brick) projection to west; lean-to abuts north

gable. Mostly sash windows. End and axial stacks, modern

stack at south rises from ground. Straight skews; slate

roofs.

Adjoining vaulted structure would appear to be the remains of

an earlier building at the site; 2 north-facing doors; double

barrel vaulted interior. Cobbled courtyard.

Statement of Special Interest

Vaulted structure described in RCAHM INVENTORY, 1920 No. 233.

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