Listed Building

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PRESTON MAINS FARMHOUSELB14505

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
02/05/1990
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Prestonkirk
NGR
NT 59824 78207
Coordinates
359824, 678207

Description

Early 19th century. 2-storey, 3-bay farmhouse with

basement, office addition. Snecked whinstone rubble,

grey ashlar dressings, raised margins.

Door to centre with steps and iron railings. Pilastered

doorpiece with cornice. Strip fanlight with decorative

glazing pattern.

Windows flanking at ground, 3 windows at 1st floor close

under eaves. Stair to basement doorway at right with

iron railings, light to basement at left.

Later single storey piend roofed office addition to

right, tripartite window with stone mullions. Entrance

to basement at rear, stair window above between 1st and

2nd floors. Windows to outer bays at each floor. Office

in brick, with 2 light window to basement, tripartite

above.

Irregular window pattern to gable end.

Sash and case windows; predominantly 12-pane glazing

pattern.

Grey slates, straight ashlar skews and stacks with

cornice.

Statement of Special Interest

Mains farm to the Smeaton-Hepburn estate.

References

Bibliography

1773 Armstrong's "Three Lothians" Map. OS Map

Haddingtonshire 1854.

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