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TYNINGHAME, MAIN STREET, THE OLD SCHOOL HOUSELB14593

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Group Category Details
100000020
Date Added
17/05/1989
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Whitekirk And Tyninghame
NGR
NT 60913 79136
Coordinates
360913, 679136

Description

Thomas Hannan, 1836, 2-storey house with single storey L-plan

school adjoining, enlarged 1852. Random rubble, heavily

pointed with droved ashlar dressings.

S ELEVATION: 3-bay house with broad, advanced gabled outer

bay to right. Decoratively boarded gabled porch with barge-

boarding and small-pane windows set in re-entrant angle at

centre. Tall ground floor windows with marginally smaller 1st

floor window with dormer.

N ELEVATION: single storey school projecting at right;

gabled bay left. School wing of 5 bays. 3 tall windows

to centre and left, and window to right blocked door in

4th bay. Former gabled wing adjoined at right angles to

outer right, converted as garage.

W ELEVATION: gabled wing of house to right with ground

and 1st floor windows. Advanced gabled wing of single

storey school to left with tall window to right and on S

return and with lean-to porch adjoined to left.

E ELEVATION: blank with ashlar wallhead stack.

12-pane glazing to school house and 24-pane to large

school windows in sash and case. Grey slates. Ashlar

coped skews.

SCHOOL INTERIOR: 2 large school rooms with coombed

ceilings, double doors and some boarded dado.

Statement of Special Interest

Served as school until circa 1965. Above ground floor

window on N courtyard side of house on lintel is

painted "cheese room".

B Group with Items 15-17, 28-32, 34-37, 39.

References

Bibliography

C McWilliam LOTHIAN (1978), p.455.

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