Listed Building

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BALRUDDERY, EAST STABLE COURT/STEADINGLB10856

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
28/02/1990
Local Authority
Angus
Planning Authority
Angus
Parish
Liff And Benvie
NGR
NO 31485 32281
Coordinates
331485, 732281

Description

David Neave, circa 1820. Single storey and attic, and 2-storey and attic, quadrangular-plan, classically planned stable court/steading converted to 6 residential units (1992). Rubble construction, tooled and margined ashlar dressings, grey slate roof. Modern out-of- character stained timber windows, small modern dormers with piended roofs; gabled canopy porches.

W ELEVATION: slightly advanced 2-storey and attic bay to centre with keystoned depressed carriage arch, band course and margined tripartite window to 1st floor, oculus above; bay to left with 2 doors and windows, 4 windows above, 3 dormers; bay to right with door and 3 windows, 2 windows with dormers above.

S ELEVATION: slightly advanced 2-storey and attic bay to centre with full-height slightly recessed round-headed panel, modern door and

2 irregular window openings, dovecot with 3 rows of flight holes to attic, pyramidal roof with louvred ventilator and weather cock at ridge; bays to left and right with door and window above, large timber canted windows at outer bays with swept roofs and dormers.

Statement of Special Interest

See NOTES to Balruddery, East Gates.

References

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