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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Scottish Borders
- Planning Authority
- Scottish Borders
- NT 61908 21703
- 361908, 621703
Earlier to mid 19th century with earlier outbuilding and later additions and alterations. 2-storey 3-bay house with 2 lower earlier bays to NE.
SE (FRONT) ELEVATION: squared and coursed cream and red sandstone with ashlar dressings. Main 3-bay house with decorative gabled timber 'sentry box' porch at centre; flanking windows and windows to 1st floor bays; ashlar quoins strips, band course above 1st floor and eaves. 2 lower 2-storey piend-roofed rubble bays to right with boarded door to left, window to right and window above.
SW ELEVATION: blank ruble gable with apex stack. Set back to left, roughcast 2-storey bay of rear addition.
NW ELEVATION: rubble rear of main house to right with window to 1st floor; 2-storey 2-bay dry-dashed addition to left with cat-slide roof and 2 narrow windows to each floor, to left, single storey link with glazed porch to 2-storey 2-bay range with windows to uppper bays.
NE ELEVATION: blank walls with wallhead stack and apex stack beyond. 12-pane timber sash and case windows; plate glass to rear addition; fixed small-pane to earlier bays. Stacks rebuilt with brick above thackstanes, grey slates.
INTERIOR: not seen 1992.
GATEPIERS AND GARDEN WALL: slender ashlar ball-capped pedestrian gatepiers and dry-stone wall to front.
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