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CATRINE VILLAGE, ST. GERMAIN STREET NETHER CATRINE HOUSELB14276

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
26/07/1989
Local Authority
East Ayrshire
Planning Authority
East Ayrshire
Parish
Sorn
NGR
NS 53061 25765
Coordinates
253061, 625765

Description

18th century in appearance, originally a rural Laird's house;

village of Catrine was subsequently built round about. 2

storeys plus attic, south front (now) 3 bays, 4-bay rear.

2 building phases; the earlier formed a plain rectangular-

plan and gabled house presumably 1682, the date of a panel

on the rear wall. Pedimented entrance bay, with urns, added

central on south front, probably in 3rd quarter of 18th

century, forming a T-plan house, most front windows altered

then also, with raised flat margin; and consoled cills

(single ground floor window enlarged c. 1950); perhaps the

wall-heads were raised then too; main cornice to front

relates to 18th century work, though skewputts above and

main cornice at rear are probably original. Stacks are 20th

century, but include single wall-head stack at rear. Steep-

pitched slightly bell-cast slate roof. Painted rubble and

ashlar dressings. Asymmetrical low flanking wings; east wing

may be 18th century and formerly contained a bakery (its door

now partly blocked to form a window) now used as garage

with big slapping; west wing dates probably from second half

of 19th century, is longer and has corrugated sheeting to

roof.

Inside, the house retains much early work; stair is contained

within added gable, many panelled timber doors in

architraves, stone basket-arched fireplace on east gable;

cornice plasterwork; 2 niches in the 1st floor room to west.

Statement of Special Interest

Said to be the house in which Burns "dinner'd wi' a Lord"

("The Vision") (Lord Daer), when the house was occupied by

Professor Dugald Stewart though that claim is also made for

Catrine house. The area to the south was originally open,

before the railway embankment was built.

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