Listed Building

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FORGLEN, NORTH LODGE, GATEPIERS AND QUADRANT WALLSLB13608

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
04/03/1994
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire
Planning Authority
Aberdeenshire
Parish
Forglen
NGR
NJ 69904 52503
Coordinates
369904, 852503

Description

Circa 1865, probably A and W Reid of Elgin. 2-storey, 2-bay lodge to Forglen House. Harled with cream ashlar margins, base course and band course.

S ELEVATION: door to left of centre, in projecting gabled porch. Advanced, gabled bay to right with window at each floor.

N ELEVATION: 2 windows at ground, 2 at 1st floor breaking eaves in gabled dormerheads; all windows blocked.

W ELEVATION: gabled; 2-bay bow at ground; band course continued as eaves course to bow with balcony above; ornate cast-iron balustrade with finials. Window at 1st floor. Later lean-to addition at ground to E. Sash and case windows with 4-pane glazing pattern. Grey

slates, pierced, Vitrivian scroll and pendant-detail barge boards,

elaborate cast-iron brattishing and finials gables. Large, corniced

ashlar central stack with 4 panelled flues. Octagonal cans

retained.

GATEPIERS AND QUADRANTS: square, corniced ashlar piers, linked to lodge to E by low ashlar coped quadrant walls with spear-head railings. Wooden gates (original gates missing).

Statement of Special Interest

Eastside Lodge, Forglen House, probably also A and W Reid, 1865 is listed separately.

References

Bibliography

OS Map, Banffshire (1871-4) (surveyed 1867).

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