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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- West Dunbartonshire
- Planning Authority
- West Dunbartonshire
- National Park
- Loch Lomond And The Trossachs
- NS 37319 83137
- 237319, 683137
Circa 1850. Single storey and attic, compact Tudor L-plan lodge. Squared and snecked sandstone with ashlar margins and dressings. Base course; eaves moulding; chamfered reveals; hoodmoulds; quoins.
MAIN (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: broad gable to outer left; bipartite window slightly advanced at ground; window above, hoodmould. Gabled porch entrance in re-entrant angle to right; window on gable, door on right return. Window to outer right.
ROAD ELEVATION: broad gable, bipartite window at ground, window at 1st floor; modern wing at rear.
SIDE ELEVATION: 3 narrow windows symmetrically disposed.
4-pane timber sash and case windows. Grey slate roof, lead flashings; ashlar coping to skews and skewputts. Broad, coped ridge stacks with off-set flues.
BOUNDARY WALL, GATES AND GATEPIERS: high rubble wall, ashlar saddleback coping; 2 tall coped gatepiers with monogram AS; pedsestrian gate piercing wall to right. Squat terminal piers.
Statement of Special Interest
Cameron House and the North and South Lodges are listed separately listed.
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