Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
NT 65455 78148
365455, 678148


Mid 19th century. 2-storey, 4-bay terrace house with

carriage pend, apparently incorporating fragments of

late 19th century predecessor. Squared and snecked,

stugged red sandstone with stugged ashlar dressings to

S; harl-pointed rubble to sides and rear.

S (ROADSIDE) ELEVATION: 3-bays to centre and left

grouped closely; doorway with stone bracketted canopy,

panelled door and plate glass fanlight; windows flanking

at ground (cill of right-hand window probably retained

from earlier building). Outer bay to right with

segmentally arched carriage pend with chamfered arrises

and boarded doors; 1st floor window over.

Forestair at rear to doorway altered from former stair

window at centre.

Higher eaves than flanking buildings (Red Tiles and West

Barns Inn).

8-pane glazing pattern in sash and case windows. Broad

end stacks with brick repairs; ashlar coped skews.

Grey slates.

Statement of Special Interest

Similar terraced houses with carriage pends included in

Victoria Street, Dunbar. Penticed door canopy echoes

those used at Tyninghame Village. Listed C(S) for its

contribution to the main road through West Barns, and in

relation to West Barns Inn adjoined to right.



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