Listed Building

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HAZYHILLLB12905

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
01/06/1990
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Humbie
NGR
NT 4590 6297
Coordinates
345900, 662970

Description

Circa 1845. 2-storey, 3-bay Jacobean style house, originally L-plan but altered with large modern flat-roofed extensions at rear. |stugged, squared and snecked red sandstone rubble and ashlar margins, polished cream ashlar sandstone porch; base course and chamfered reveals.

E ELEVATION: steeply gabled porch at centre with rounded corners to doorway lintel and stone slab roof; panelled door with 4-pane fanlight. Hoodmoulded windows in flanking bays at ground; 2 narrow 1st floor windows at centre with broad gablehead breaking eaves above, blind arrow slit in gablehead; windows in flanking bays at 1st floor with steep gableheads similarly breaking eaves.

N AND S ELEVATIONS: window to each floor to W side of both elevations; slightly advanced stack with off-sets on S elevation.

W WING: projecting to W at right of near elevation; slightly lower eaves than main house. 2-bays deep, with glazing pattern in sash ans case windows. Grey slates. Gablet skews with consoled skewputts and stone apex finials. Coped stacks; original cans.

Statement of Special Interest

Built as Free Churh Manse. Style popularised by Loudoun's Cottage, Farm and Villa Architecture, 1836.

References

Bibliography

Humbie Women's Rural Institute, Gleanings of Humbie Parish (1968).

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