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MOSSBURNFORD HOUSE STABLES, OUTBUILDINGS AND WALLED GARDENSLB13392

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
02/12/1993
Local Authority
Scottish Borders
Planning Authority
Scottish Borders
Parish
Jedburgh
NGR
NT 66596 16417
Coordinates
366596, 616417

Description

Late 18th century, with later alterations. Adapted single and

2-storey L-plan range surviving from former U-plan farmstead. Cream rubble sandstone with droved ashlar dressings; boarded doors; grey slates.

N RANGE: 2-storey 4-bay piend-roofed stables and hay-loft sited on falling ground. Courtyard elevation with pair of broad blocked segmental arches to left; 3 doors and 1 window at ground, 1 door and 1 window above. End elevations with window to W and blocked beeboles (?) to E. Outer elevation with door and 2 windows at ground; 2 doors and 4 ventilation slits to loft; brick wallhead stack. Fixed small-pane upper windows over louvred lower sections.

E RANGE: single storey 2-bay piend-roofed bothy with ridge ventilator. Courtyard elevation with door and flanking windows toright, door blocked as window to left. Other elevations blank. To immediate S, detached single storey piend-roofed garage with 2-leaf doors to E. Mounting block to right of door.

S RANGE AND WALLED GARDEN: ruins adjoining coped N wall of garden to S of steading.

Statement of Special Interest

B Group with Mossburnford House to the SW (see separate listing).

References

Bibliography

1st edition OS.

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