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GLASSAUGH HOUSE DOVECOTLB10650

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Group Category Details
100000019 - 52-54, 56, 57
Date Added
22/02/1972
Supplementary Information Updated
23/05/1990
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire
Planning Authority
Aberdeenshire
Parish
Fordyce
NGR
NJ 55902 64787
Coordinates
355902, 864787

Description

Circa 1600. Small beehive dovecot constructed in usual 4

stages. Harl pointed random rubble, tooled rubble

dressings. Doorway in E side of dovecot; apex pigeon

entrances; each course defined by stone slate rat course.

INTERIOR: original stone nesting boxes fronted by series

of late 18th century brick boxes (184 boxes) thus reducing

the interior radius and space.

References

Bibliography

A dovecot is mentioned in Sasine dated 1643. (Information

by courtesy Mrs Mary Mackie, Edinburgh who has researched

the history of the Glassaugh estate).

About Listed Buildings

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