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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- Planning Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- NX 34059 64721
- 234059, 564721
Later 19th century. U-plan greenfield steading opening to E, with Queen Anne detailing. Rubble with some pinning, and contrasting red brock dressings, courses to dado height at intervals. Segmentally arched windows. Single and 2-storey W (linking) range 2-storey bays at centre in M-gable, near symmetrical, with round arched brick-voussoired pend entrance dead centre; sliding doors flanking pend to E and W elevations; hayloft/granary above with tall hayloft doors to each gable flanked by windows on E elevation, 3 windows to each gable of W elevation. Brick courses delineating gableheads and gulley bridged in stone. Single storey bays extending N and S with byres retaining concrete trevises. Keystoned oculus to N gable end. N and S ranges single storey, piend and gabled roofs. 3-bay cottage abutting S (stable) range at right angles, and machinery store abutting N range. Small-pane windows, predominately fixed and top-hopper. Boarded doors. Grey slates, raised in sections for ventilation. Skylights. Diapered concrete court with brick paths.
Statement of Special Interest
An unusual steading of interesting architectural design. It served as home farm to Shennanton House, when the latter was built.
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