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FERRYGATE FARMHOUSE WITH GATEPIERS, BOUNDARY WALLS, EAST AND WEST STEADING RANGESLB1335

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
07/12/1988
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Dirleton
NGR
NT 52612 84480
Coordinates
352612, 684480

Description

FARMHOUSE: 1794, substantially rebuilt circa 1860. 3-bay

farmhouse, altered in 19th century and extended S. Red

rubble with painted ashlar dressings.

N ELEVATION: piend-roofed porch at centre with arched

bipartite window to N and door to E. Bipartites flanking

and above. Recessed piend-roofed single storey bay

flanking at outer left.

S ELEVATION: ground openings altered and modern

conservatory, 3 regularly spaced 1st floor windows.

M-shaped piend roof adjoining gabled roof to N.

E AND W ELEVATIONS: gabled of earlier house given

pediment form with painted ashlar skews and surround to

circular panel at centre, echoed in steading facades.

Variety of glazing patterns, 12-pane and plate glass, to

sash and case windows with some modern lights. Slate

roof; end and wallhead stacks. Rubble walled garden to

S of house. Rounded rubble coping to rubble boundary

wall; with painted ashlar polygonal coped gatepiers to NE.

STEADING: 1795. E RANGE: random red rubble. No gable

echoing house gabled in pedimented form with blind

circular panels. Opening below at ground; segmentally

arched pend to S running E and W with tall pedimented

facades, ashlar margins, coping and imposts.

W RANGE: pedimented gable as above.

Statement of Special Interest

Steading ranges listed primarily for symmetrical

arrangement either side of house.

References

Bibliography

SRO Entails; SC40.67.6

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