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FORDYCE VILLAGE, 1, 2, 3, 4, ST TARQUINS PLACELB10693

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
23/05/1990
Supplementary Information Updated
28/12/2017
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire
Planning Authority
Aberdeenshire
Parish
Fordyce
NGR
NJ 55607 63598
Coordinates
355607, 863598

Description

Circa 1940. 2 pairs Canadian Timber Commissioners type

cottages each pair consisting of 2 dwellings. Each pair

single storey and attic and of 2 bays. Weatherboarded

cladding. Doors in outer bays under canopy supported by

timber posts and just breaking wallhead. Flanking

window with casements; similar window in each gable.

Low single storey, single bay wing set back at each

gable. Single pane casement windows. 2 swept dormers

to each dwelling at rear. Rear wallhead stack; concrete

tiled roofs.

Statement of Special Interest

Cottages appear on OS as Agricultural Cottages. Canadian

Timber Commissioners houses were constructed by the Scottish

Special Housing Association on various sites between

1937-41.

References

Bibliography

Scottish Office Building Directorate, A GUIDE TO

NON-TRADITIONAL HOUSING IN SCOTLAND (1987), pp. 77-79.

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