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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
NT 69862 77440
369862, 677440


18th century rectangular plan walled garden encased in

early 19th century exterior walls with service

buildings. Random rubble with ashlar coping.

WALLED GARDEN: high walled garden entered by gateway to

N end of W wall with fine wrought-iron gate bearing

entwined intials at centre. Brick lining to N wall.

Lean-to row of tools sheds and ancillary buildings,

early 19th century abutting on external side to N.

TOOL SHEDS: abutting high N wall of walled garden, and

facing kitchen garden. Slightly advanced bay to E raised

in gabled dormer with doorway; 16 bays to right with

similarly advanced doorway to W end and with one doorway

widened. 12-pane glazing pattern to sash and case

windows to W row of buildings with polygonal ashlar and

brick stacks at ridge. Grey slates and some asbestos


KITCHEN GARDEN: low rubble walled enclosure to N within

outer walled area, overlooked to S by lean-to service

buildings. Outer N wall shaped by gateway with squat

ashlar pier, and with evidence of former hot-houses and

heating chambers on each side.

Low rubble outer wall to W.

GATEPIERS: squat drum gatepiers to outer W wall, leading

to gardener's house, cone capped with decorative vase


Statement of Special Interest

Currently (1987) unused but evidently of grandeur and extensive variety in 19th century. Roxburgh archive records mason's account for hot-house, ice house, sundial, peach house and repairing kennels, building gate

pillars and repairing deer park dyke in 1810-12, probably referring to works at Broxmouth Park.



NRA(S) 1100, Bundle 431.

About Listed Buildings

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We list buildings of special architectural or historic interest using the criteria published in the Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement.

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