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BONNINGTON STEADINGLB14741

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
17/05/1989
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
North Berwick
NGR
NT 55975 83619
Coordinates
355975, 683619

Description

Rectangular plan steading composed of later 19th century S

range incorporating earlier buildings in E and W ranges, with

unusual roof covering former cattle courts in 1950s. Random

rubble with stugged ashlar dressings. Pantiles and slates.

S RANGE: segmental pend in gabled bay at centre. Sliding door

to right with doorway blocked to form window flanking.

Doorway flanking pend to left with further machinery doors.

Outer bays gabled, closing E and W ranges with sliding doors

to machinery doorway to left gable, single doorway to right

gable. Curved triangular pigeon holes in centre and left

gableheads.

E RANGE: former stables to right of centre. Former cartshed

to outer right with 4 segmental arches, currently blocked.

STEADING ROOF: reinforced concrete A-frames made on site

circa 1953, giving an M-shaped roof with corrugated asbestos

covering.

Statement of Special Interest

Former estate farm to Leuchie. A-frame construction on site

is most unusual. Farmhouse to S (listed separately), and

cottage row to E, not included in current listing.

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