Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Group Category Details
100000019 - 18, 20-26
Date Added
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Whitekirk And Tyninghame
NT 61974 79870
361974, 679870


Circa 1830 alterations and additions, William Burn, of

earlier service court, to form enclosed courtyard entered

by gateway at NE. Random rubble with ashlar dressings.

S RANGE: 3 adjoining symmetrical gabled blocks of 2-storey

with 1st floor windows breaking eaves and with taller block

at centre. Crowstepped gable dormerheads and skews. 2 doors


N ELEVATION: gabled full-height projection at centre of outer

right block. Centre block blank. Central ground floor window

to outer left block, flanked to left by segmentally arched

recess. 3 1st floor dormer windows.

W GABLE: square tower corbelled above skewputt level with

blank circular panel in square surround, Roman numerals clock

above. Circular window to N side, echoed in single storey

gabled block adjoining at right angles at SW. Swept pyramidal

roof with swept gabled ventilators. Attenuated finial.

Single storey lean-to outbuildings to W range with some

doorways altered to windows. Coal sheds with lean-to roof to

N range.

WATER TOWER: 18th century square plan pyramidally roofed

tower adjoining N range of outbuildings by entrance gates.

Doorway and opening at ground. Small 8-pane window above.


Small-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows. Grey

slates. Gable end stacks.

Statement of Special Interest

See Tyninghame House. Formerly served as kitchen court,

currently residential (1987).



See Tyninghame House.

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