Listed Building

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MUIRHEAD OF LIFF, COUPAR ANGUS ROAD, LUNDIE AND MUIRHEAD CHURCH, INCLUDING GATEPIER AND BOUNDARY WALLSLB13220

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
25/02/1993
Local Authority
Angus
Planning Authority
Angus
Parish
Liff And Benvie
NGR
NO 34159 34448
Coordinates
334159, 734448

Description

Dated 1843. Broad rectangular-plan, 4-bay church. Rubble, stugged and margined dressings, slate roof. Round-headed windows with droved and chamfered margins; coped skews with skewblocks; corniced birdcage bellcote with bell to N gable, block finial to S gable, ridge ventilator; corniced wallhead stacks to W elevation.

S GABLE: modern square-headed door to centre, gabled canopy porch, window to left, chamfered and louvred aperture to roof space.

E ELEVATION: 4 windows, round-headed chamfered and louvred aperture to roof space.

W ELEVATION: 2 windows off centre left, advanced bay with swept roof to right, advanced bay with pentice-roof to left, door to far left.

INTERIOR: roof and gallery appear boxed-in, cast-iron columns remaining; memorials to Rev W R Moncur, 1st minister, and Rev John Kennedy on E wall.

N GABLE: 2 tall windows, round-headed.

GATEPIER AND BOUNDARY WALLS: pyramidal-capped stugged ashlar gatepier to N, round-headed gatepost, coped rubble walls.

Statement of Special Interest

Ecclesiastical building in use as such. This church was built as Liff Free Church in the year of the Disruption, 1843. Muirhead united with Lundie in 1953. Although of modest architectural quality, the church is listed particularly because it dates from 1843. Part of a B group with Lundie and Muirhead War Memorial, The Old School House 147 Coupar Angus Road, Muirhead School (Original Building) and Muirhead School (Later Building).

References

Bibliography

Arthur B Dalgetty, THE CHURCH AND PARISH OF LIFF (1940), p41.

About Listed Buildings

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We list buildings of special architectural or historic interest using the criteria published in the Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement.

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