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GLENBURN HALL WITH WALLED GARDEN, OUTBUILDINGS, GATEPIERS AND RAILINGSLB13371

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
16/03/1971
Local Authority
Scottish Borders
Planning Authority
Scottish Borders
Parish
Jedburgh
NGR
NT 64192 20075
Coordinates
364192, 620075

Description

Circa 1815. Symmetrical 2-storey and attic 3-bay classical house on raised basement. Cream sandstone ashlar; rusticated pilaster quoins; base and cill courses; eaves cornice with balustrade above, corner dies with ball finials; moulded architraves; frieze and cornice to ground floor windows; winodws to all bays on each floor; segmental-headed dormers. Coursed whinstone basement with cream ashlar dressings.

NE (FRONT) ELEVATION: 3-bay; moulded cill courses, central bay slightly advanced with parapet containing blank panel. Central stair with broader lower tread and sweeping cast-iron railings supported on whinstone wall oversailing basement recess; Roman Doric distyle corniced and balustraded porch with ball finials; pilasters frame tripartite doorpiece with 4-pane sidelights flanking flush-panelled door (Edinburgh handle) and decorative fanlight; tripartite window above with classically moulded hoodmould, but no further architrave. Flanking bays detailed as above. Dormer to each bay.

NW AND SE (SIDE) ELEVATION: 3 closely grouped bays, detailed as above. SW (REAR) ELEVATION: 3-bay, detailed as above; top-lit piended and flat-roofed later basement services project into area, terminating at retaining wall to SW. Dormers to outer bays (altered to left), and skylight to centre. 12-pane timber sash and case winodws, 4-pane to dormers. Piend and platform roof; rendered stacks with octagonal cans. Cast-iron downpipes.

INTERIOR: loby leads to inner top-lit staircase hall with delicate neo-Classical plasterwork; Dining Room to N with sideboard recess framed by Corinthian pilasters and cornice, Doric chimneypiece.

WALLED GARDEN AND OUTBUILDINGS: large rectangular walled garden with ashlar-coped rubble walls (approx 2m high) immediately to S of house; entrance through N wall next to gabled greenhouse; piend-roofed garage in NW corner with open NW end and outbuildigns to S.

GATEPIERS AND RAILINGS: to W, square ashlar piers with ball finials and wrought iron gate leading to stables.

Statement of Special Interest

The house was built for a Mr Ormiston. It has been quite reasonably attributed to William Elliot of Kelso, who designed Chesters, 2.5 miles to the NW. The interior bears considerable similarities with Bonjedward House, just N of Jedburgh (see separate listing). B Group with lodge, entrance gates and stables see separate listings).

References

Bibliography

Charles Strang BORDERS RIAS Guide (to be published). James Macaulay

THE CLASSICAL COUNTRY HOUSE IN SCOTLAND London 1987. Howard Colvin BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF BRITISH ARCHITEDCTS London 1978.

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