Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
NT 59404 78745
359404, 678745


Mid-later 18th century. Granary with adjoining 2-storey

cottages, forming E range of U-plan steading; much

altered. Random whinstone rubble, mixed ashlar

dressings with broad droving, many stones renewed.

Granary with cart openings, possibly raised in early

19th century to provide loft. Cart-arch to outer left

now covered by modern door. Windows flanking; single bay

to left, 2 bays to right, now blocked. Granary loft

above with 3 small openings now blocked. Change in

masonry at quoins suggests possible raising.

S gable with cart-arch and 2 pitching holes above, now

blocked. Further pitching hole to loft.

At rear, loading doorway raised between floors with

smaller openings flanking, 3 windows to loft, now


Lower range adjoining to left with 2 doorways and window

at ground floor, large modern sliding door at rear.

Range continuing to N. with 2 two storey farm cottages,

openings much altered; various glazing. Grey slates to

cartshed and granary and cottages; corrugated iron to

middle range. Straight skews; brick stack to cottages.

Statement of Special Interest

Unusual form for a granary; not multi-arched cartshed

with granary above. Possibly a girnal house for storing

landowner's grain; high doorways suggest grain may have

been stored on the sheaf, although it was more usually

stored on corn ricks out of doors.



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