18th century. Single storey cottage row, altered in mid 19th
century to pair of cottages and in 20th century reconstructed
as one dwelling. Random rubble; squared and snecked for
alterations. Rendered and lined margins.
N (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: originally symmetrical 6-bay with
doorways flanked by windows. Right doorway blocked. Left
doorway with stugged, droved ashlar surround and chamfered
arrises; consoled slab porch. Window to remaining bays.
S (GARDEN) ELEVATION: asymmetrical and many altered openings.
W GABLE: windows at ground and attic level, with smaller
ground floor window to right.
E GABLE: blank unusual stone incorporated in gable head. 12-
pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows; steep gable
pitch, pantiles. End gable and mutual gable stacks; no
Statement of Special Interest
Listed C(S) for focal position on junction of
Tyninghame Village and for unusually steep gable pitch.
B Group with Items 15-17, 28, 29, 31-37, 39.