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WEST FENTON STEADING AND STALKLB1405

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
05/02/1971
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Dirleton
NGR
NT 49817 81837
Coordinates
349817, 681837

Description

Later 18th century. Sizeable steading with later

additions. Rubble with ashlar dressings to later work.

LONG W (ROAD): range, raised at centre with cart arch

and piend roof. 3 cattle courts behind at right with

feeding run between W and centre courts. Single court

behind to left. Long range to E, with cattle courts

behind to right of centre; range at left, former stables.

S range closes at W with ashlar coped gable of former

barn; arrow-shaped centrepiece at centre with ventilation

triangle above lintel; blind oculus in gablehead and

imposts. Cartshed with cast-iron columns to right of N

elevation.

Engine house with barn at centre of steading; square

section brick stalk in re-entrant angle. 2-storey barn

with openings altered at ground.

Square windows under eaves.

2-storey building with forestair to N; altered below with

former accommodation above. Circa 1800.

All with pantile piended roofs.

Statement of Special Interest

6 cattle courts in all, partly roofed. West Fenton farm

evidently flourished from 18th century.

References

Bibliography

SRO Entails: SC40.67.8 and 10.

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