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Address/Name of Site
BROADFORD, CORRY LODGELB13987
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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Planning Authority
- NG 64279 24361
- 164279, 824361
Late 18th/early 19th century; later additions and
alterations, including repairs by John Mackenzie, Portree,
1891. 2 storeys and attic, 3 wide bays, centre door flanked
by pointed headed lights and canted bay window linked by
canopy, supported on pair slender wooden pillars. Tripartites
to outer 1st floor windows; semi-circular stair turret at
rear, with conical roof, stair window altered to door linked
to garden by footbridge over rear court. 2 piended dormers of
circa 1900; end stacks; slate roof. Single storey and attic
flanking pavilions linked to main house by (later) narrow 2
storeys bays. Both pavilions with long gable end stacks to main
(east frontage; southern pavilion with single dormer to east and
west gables and 3 to south elevation, all circa 1900, piended
and raised through wallhead. North pavilion has original
kitchen, with large hearth divided into 3 sections. Piended
Statement of Special Interest
Subject of Daniel's (1919) print under former name of
Side pavilions separate from house in print. Fish curing and
packing station, with workers, also depicted.
Formerly home of MacKinnon family.
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