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FIUNARY OLD MANSE (FORMER CHURCH OF SCOTLAND MANSE)LB13939

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
23/06/1980
Local Authority
Highland
Planning Authority
Highland
Parish
Morvern
NGR
NM 61776 46800
Coordinates
161776, 746800

Description

Circa 1860. 2-storey, shallow H-plan with long, slightly

irregular south facing 4-bay elevation. All coursed rubble

with contrasting tooled ashlar dressings. Slightly advanced

outer finialled gabled bays, off-centre entrance with

panelled door flanked right by ground and 1st floor

bipartites; similar bipartites in right (east) gable and

tripartites in west gable, both ground and 1st floors.

Symmetrical 2-bay west return gable (1 ground floor window

blocked); mainly 4-pane glazing in narrow window lights;

coped paired ridge and end stacks; slate roofs.

Single storey lean-to extension links outer rear gables.

Statement of Special Interest

Rebuilt on site of manse of 1779.

In this or the earlier manse lived the Rev. Dr Norman MacLeod

and his son Rev. John MacLeod, both ministers of Morvern

Parish. Steading to rear not included in listing.

References

Bibliography

Philip Gaskell, MORVERN TRANSFORMED (1968, 2nd ed. 1980),

p.150.

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