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BLACKDYKES STEADING WITH CARTSHED AND HORSEMILLLB14739

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
05/02/1971
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
North Berwick
NGR
NT 58114 83707
Coordinates
358114, 683707

Description

1826-7. Quadrangular plan steading in random red and grey

green rubble with droved cream ashlar dressings. Pantiles.

S RANGE: asymmetrical.

CARTSHED: 8-bay. 2 gabled advanced bays at S of E range with

low segmental archway at right and 2 loft openings above.

Recessed bays to right with 5 cart arches and openings as

above. Higher wider archway to outer right with sliding door

and smaller upper opening.

Recessed single storey stable to right with 3 doorways and 2

openings. Advanced gable to N of E range.

W RANGE: horsemill adjoining at centre with doorway and broad

hayloft opening.

HORSEMILL: octagonal; inserted doorway in SW side and

openings by W range; rubble filling between piers. Complex

timber roof construction.

Lower piend roofed building adjoining N end of W range,

possibly the former engine house.

Statement of Special Interest

Green field site. 1826-7 steading replacing earlier one to E.

Former cottages, much altered and farmhouse to E not included

in current listing.

References

Bibliography

SRO SC40/67/8 et seq.

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