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SPOTT, HIGH ROAD, TURNER'S HOUSE (FORMERLY 1 MAIN STREET)LB14791

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
17/05/1989
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Spott
NGR
NT 67159 75390
Coordinates
367159, 675390

Description

Earlier cottage, adjoined to circa 1830 cottage. Both single

storey red rubble sandstone with ashlar dressings.

N (STREET) ELEVATION: 3-bay single storey block to left with door

at centre flanked by windows, all under eaves. Slightly advanced

3 bays to later cottage with doorway at centre, flanked

by windows; expanse of blank wallhead below eaves.

S ELEVATIONS: large, altered windows to earlier cottage at

right; doorway flanked by windows to left cottage, with gabled

stone dormers to outer bays breaking eaves, and tile-hung

gabled dormer, circa 1925, above eaves.

12-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows; gable end

stacks, ashlar coped skews and pantiles, Red rubble retaining

wall to rising ground to S and by roadside to E.

Statement of Special Interest

Sole surviving pantiled cottage of former group in Spott.

The sign "Tailor and Clothier from London" was previously

painted above one window, tailor's business run from this house,

into this century.

References

Bibliography

D M Turner SPOTT: AN EAST LOTHIAN PARISH (unpublished) p16.

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