Listed Building

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DUNMORE, COTTAGE IMMEDIATELY NW OF DUN MOR AT NGR NH 5118 4723LB14024

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
15/02/1990
Local Authority
Highland
Planning Authority
Highland
Parish
Urray
NGR
NH 51180 47226
Coordinates
251180, 847226

Description

Early-mid 19th century. Single storey, 4-bay cottage with

slightly lower single storey, 2-bay cruck framed steading

continuous at NE gable. Whitewashed rubble. Off centre entrance

to cottage; 2 bays at left of entrance; varied glazing.

Coped end and off-centre ridge stacks; corrugated-iron roof

replacing former thatch.

Later wing at rear.

Statement of Special Interest

The 4-bay plan is unusual; it appears to be peculiar to

Dunmore, Aultvaich and immediate area; it has some similarity with cottages in Inver, Tain parish.

(The owner, 1990 is Kenneth Malcolm MacDonald).

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