Listed Building

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GULLANE, MAIN STREET, MUIRFIELD LODGELB1362

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 48993 83136
Coordinates
348993, 683136

Description

Ernest Auldjo Jamieson,1910. Single storey, square-plan 3-bay. Arts and

Crafts gate lodge. Squared random rubble with droved

ashlar dressings.

W ELEVATION: symmetrical. Moulded, depressed arch door

surround; panelled door, flanking windows. Bipartite to

S elevation, 2 single windows to N.

E ELEVATION: walled service court adjoining at left and

centre with 2 windows (currently blocked) to E

outbuildings of court. Arched gateway to N side.

Small-pane glazing pattern retained for sash and case

windows, currently open, swept eaves and grey-green

slated to piended, inverted funnel roof with central

moulded stack.

Statement of Special Interest

Built for the Trustees of Muirfield Hospital.The Lodge is a variant of Peddie and Washington Browne's design for Invereil Lodge, Dirleton, and Kinnear and Peddie's Windygates Lodge, North Berwick.

References

Bibliography

University of Edinburgh, Medical Archive Centre.

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