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NEWBYTH, EAST LODGE, WITH QUADRANT WALLS AND GATEPIERSLB14576

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
17/05/1989
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Whitekirk And Tyninghame
NGR
NT 59513 79604
Coordinates
359513, 679604

Description

Probably William Burn, 1832. Single storey Tudor style gate

lodge with unhappy modern timber extension. Stugged Cullaloe

ashlar and snecked rubble. Chamfered arrises. Raised base

course. Corbelled crenellated parapet.

N ELEVATION: advanced gabled bay to left with rectangular

crenellated former porch set in re-entrant angle to right;

segmentally arched doorway now blocked as window with moulded

surround. Similarly detailed segmental arch on W return.

Canted 4-light window to gable at left with blocking course.

E ELEVATION: raised gable bay to right with hoodmoulded

tripartite; single window to left bay.

W ELEVATION: advanced broad gabled with raised set-off stack

at centre, single light to right. Lean-to stone outbuilding

with modern window added in re-entrant to right.

S ELEVATION: original low gabled projection at centre with

gabled bay to right with projecting modern addition.

Horizontal-pane glazing to sash and case windows. Gablet

skews, ball finials and blind arrow slits in gable heads.

Rendered and lined as ashlar diamond stacks. Grey slates.

Decorative angle gutter heads retained.

QUADRANTS AND GATEPIERS: coped ashlar parapet walls with

stone balustrade above forming quadrants. 4 square ashlar

corniced gatepiers flanking central drive and pedestrian

gates.

Statement of Special Interest

Designed to co-ordinate with Newbyth Old Mansion in

style and materials, by Elliott. It was possibly

designed by Burn's chief clerk, David Bryce. See Notes

for Newbyth Old Mansion.

References

Bibliography

See Newbyth Old Mansion.

SRO Entails. SC40.67.8, p123f.

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