Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
West Lothian
Planning Authority
West Lothian
Mid Calder
NT 4012 64760
304012, 664760


Circa 1810 Farmhouse to South with wings returning to North

to form U-plan courtyard, enclosed by later North range.

South front: approximately symmetrical with two storey,

3 bay farmhouse at centre, coursed rubble with droved ashlar

dressings, centre door with moulded architrave and cornice;

slated roof, straight skews, ashlar end-stacks with block

cornice. Single-storey wing to East with large tripartite

window to South, piended slated roof with small gabled

dormer. Taller single-storey wing to West with single opening

to South; both wings return to North, the West wing as two

storeys, both are gabled to North. North range: single

storey; east part; mid 19th century, coursed squared rubble

with ashlar dressings chamfered angles at openings, gabled

with straight skews, slated roof. West part is narrower

and lower, snecked rubble to South, random rubble to North,

gabled with straight skew. Slated, both parts of this range

have catslide ventilators in roof.

Statement of Special Interest

Empty and all openings bricked up 1978, but good well

stair with classical cast-iron balustrade visible in




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