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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
NT 76589 71913
376589, 671913


Richard Crichton, circa 1807. Quadrangular stable court in

severe classical style, converted for domestic use. Roughly

coursed sandstone with droved ashlar dressings and base


SW RANGE: 9-bay, single storey with attic. 3 slightly

advanced bays at centre under open pedimented gable breaking

eaves; semi-circular archway at centre, with upper part

blocked and bipartite inserted, leaving high pend below.

Windows flanking at ground, with small bipartites above.

Segmentally arched 1st floor bipartite to centres of 3 outer

bays, each just breaking eaves in gabled dormerhead.

NE RANGE: 8-bay, single storey with attic. 6-bay projection

at centre, rounded at angles; 2 segmental windows to centre

bays, flanked by segmental, tripartite doorways; doorway to

outer left advanced bay, blank at opposite end. Windows to

outer bays of main range.

NW RANGE: 4 single storey bays of centre block, with

segmentally arched doorway off-centre to left flanked by

segmental windows, and with later window inserted at outer

right. Taller outer gabled bays formed by gabled ends of

front and rear ranges, each with recessed full-height

semi-circular arched panel, detailed in upper part as on

entrance elevation, with stone mullioned bipartite below to

outer right and single light to outer left window.

SE RANGE: doorway in single storey central block, off-centre

to right, flanked by segmental windows; blocked window to

left and further segmental window to outer left of single

storey range. Gabled outer bays detailed as NW range, with

bipartites at ground to both bays.

COURTYARD: some flagstones retained. Centre bays of front

range detailed as exterior, with ground floor window to left

blocked; flanked to left by hayloft door breaking eaves in

gabled dormerhead; hayloft to right, detailed as above. 5

segmental carriage openings to NE range at left with

pedimented doorway at centre and 2 further carriageways to

right. Single storey ranges with irregular openings, 5

windows to SE and 4 with doorway to NW.

Small-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows and

casements in bipartites. Ashlar coped skews; grey slates.

Ashlar ridge stacks, some truncated.

Statement of Special Interest

Principal features retained on conversion. Laundry Cottage

and probably the gatepiers, listed separately, were also by

Richard Crichton.



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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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