Probably James Hannan, 1854. Pair of 3-bay, 2-storey
cottages, made 7-bay row by inclusion of single storey now
raised outbuilding to E. Rubble sandstone with droved ashlar
dressings; most arrises chamfered at ground floor.
N (FRONT) ELEVATION: doorways at centre to each original
cottage with corbelled slab canopy, boarded doors and strip
fanlights. Small square windows under eaves above. Windows
flanking doors with 1st floor windows breaking eaves in
gabled dormerheads. Outer E bay with small window at ground
and 1st floor window with dormerhead as above.
S (REAR) ELEVATION: gabled projection added at centre to
Green Corner and brick outbuilding off-centre to right at
Loch's Farmhouse. Gabled dormerheads to 1st floor windows
breaking eaves flanking centre bays of original cottages.
E AND W GABLES: E gable, noticeably raised, espaliered pear-
tree adorning W gable.
Small-pane glazing to sash and case windows with 4-pane to
smaller and rear windows. Ashlar coped skews and stacks.
Gable wallhead and mutual gable stacks. Grey slates.
Modern square plan, piend-roofed double garage with
decorative cockerel weathervane to NW of Green Corner,