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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- East Lothian
- Planning Authority
- East Lothian
- North Berwick
- NT 57517 82417
- 357517, 682417
T-plan farmhouse with complex chronology. Earlier 18th
century 3-bay farmhouse extended soon after to 4-bays, and
made T-plan by addition of projecting 19th century drawing
room wing from centre of original house. Harled; painted
S ELEVATION: wide single bay piend roofed projection off-centre
to right with semi-circular arched doorway on left return;
panelled door and fanlight. Blind 1st floor window above
tripartite to right of door. Single windows flanking
projection at angle, with further window to outer left.
N ELEVATION: stair window at centre of original house with
single storey outbuildings adjoining to left and right with
rounded outer angles.
E ELEVATION: pentice roofed deep extension at ground with
doorway to right return. Square attic window in gablehead.
W ELEVATION: blank gable with decorative skew putts,
probably moved from original house.
12-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows. Grey slates
with pantiled single storey extensions. Thackstances to
original gablehead stack to E.
Rubble coped rubble retaining wall forming walled garden to S.
Statement of Special Interest
Redside steading and cottages listed separately.
No Bibliography entries for this designation
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