Listed Building

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TYNINGHAME, MAIN STREET, 1-5 (INCLUSIVE NOS) WIDOWS ROWLB14597

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Group Category Details
100000020
Date Added
05/02/1971
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Whitekirk And Tyninghame
NGR
NT 60883 79035
Coordinates
360883, 679035

Description

Thomas Hannan, circa 1840, incorporating earlier

cottages. Group of 5 single storey 3-bay cottages

arranged in U-plan, mirrored about centre. Squared and

snecked pink rubble with stugged ashlar dressings.

STREET ELEVATION: detached cottage at centre (No 3) with

pilastered doorpiece bearing weathered inscription

"Rebuilt 1840" and with gable head breaking eaves above;

ashlar skews. Bipartites flanking. 2 cottages to either

side arranged in semi-detached L-plans. Stone

bracketted slab canopies to doorways; flanking

bipartites. Additional window inserted in re-entrant

angle of No 1.

REAR ELEVATIONS: irregular openings, some altered with

rendered margins.

SIDE ELEVATIONS: similarly irregular openings.

4-pane glazing pattern with timber mullions to

bipartites. Raised skews; ashlar stacks with

thackstanes. Pantiles.

Statement of Special Interest

Poorhouses existed at Tyninghame pre 1745 and the circa

1840 work improved their form for inclusion in the

estate village. Eaves line follows falling ground

notably at Nos 2 and 4.

B Group with Items 15-17, 28-36, 39.

References

Bibliography

NSA II (1835), pp. 40-41.

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