Listed Building

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ROSSIE PRIORYLB11788

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
05/10/1971
Local Authority
Perth And Kinross
Planning Authority
Perth And Kinross
Parish
Inchture
NGR
NO 28521 30807
Coordinates
328521, 730807

Description

Wm. Atkinson of London 1807, main part of house demolished

to ground floor level and converted to terrace c.1949,

alterations by Sir Basil Spence. Tudor gothic, part brown,

part red, droved ashlar front, remainder red rubble,

2-storey with gatehouse feature and chapel (completed

internally and apse added, good arcade, T.S. Robertson,

1866.) Rubble-built clock tower to rear.

Interior; (old west) staircase with plaster vault and

lantern light, one room of old main block with new bay

window added.

Statement of Special Interest

Note in Neale's view the main surviving part of the house

(the former W. wing) existed no higher than 1st floor

level as a screen wall although the pend and its adjoining

foot-gate existed as now. The present arrangements with

chapel are said to have been intended from first but the

upper parts were not completed until about 1839-40, while

the chapel was not completed till 1865-6.

References

Bibliography

N.S.A. v.X p.831.

Melville Fair Land of Gowrie p.82.

A.H. Millar, Castles and Mansions (Perthshire and

Forfarshire) p.11 et seq.

Neale, Seats.

Colvin. John Maclauchlan Rossie Priory, 1900

Perspective (probably by Atkinson) at house.

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