Listed Building

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86 MOUSEBANK ROAD, RIDGE PARK HOME INCLUDING WALLED GARDEN AND CONSERVATORYLB13066

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
02/06/1986
Local Authority
South Lanarkshire
Planning Authority
South Lanarkshire
Parish
Lanark
NGR
NS 87758 44476
Coordinates
287758, 644476

Description

Later 19th century villa with neo-Jacobean detailing. 2-storeys with attic. Narrow coursed and squared rubble with contrasting yellow ashalr dressings, raised quoins and hoodmoulds. West elevation has spike-finialed and advanced gable left, circular tall entrance turret in re-entrant angle with curved doorcase and finialed and fish-scale slated roof; shaped wallhead gable at right; projecting ground floor tripartites with parapets (latter removed left). Blocked eaves; shaped skews, diamond end and axial stacks; slate roofs. Twin gabled south elevation with lean-tos and fire escape added.

Walled garden to south and west.

L-plan conservatory, pyramidal roofed at axis and with cupola. Steps at west to garden.

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