Robert Rowand Anderson, 1886. Single storey and attic
cottage, English vernacular style. Squared and snecked
red sandstone with ashlar dressings to ground floor,
mock timber-framing to attic floor.
N ELEVATION: asymmetrical 3-bay. Advanced gabled bay to left
with stone mullioned row of 5 narrow lights at ground;
jettied attic floor with 5-light canted oriel swept up from
decorative arcaded timber-framing, apex jettied again. Porch
Flanking single storey wings slightly advanced, with
at centre set in re-entrant angle, with cat-slide roof;
tripartite windows in segmentally arched panels.
entered from W through depressed arch doorway, paired
W ELEVATION: 2-storey, 2-bay addition to centre and
segmental windows to N; panelled 2-leaf door. 4-light window
flanking bay to right, with doorway on N return;
to outer right bay, detailed as left bay, and gabled 4-light
S ELEVATION: outer right bay gabled (S end of cross
wing) with narrow 5-light window, intercepted by stack
flanking centre bay; low stone mullioned bipartite to
ground at centre and tripartite swept dormer window above.
Canted 5-light window to outer left bay, added after 1926,
with piend roof. Glazed lean-to conservatory inserted between
outer right bay at ground, and small stone boiler house,
E ELEVATION: window to left and slightly advanced stack to
right with saw-tooth set-off near ground.
W ELEVATION: blank with slightly advanced stack at
centre, breaking through apex of eaves.
Small-pane casement windows; timber mullions to attic
windows, and tile hanging to sides of dormer windows.
Rosemary tiles. Ashlar coping to stacks. Studded details to
mock timber-framing. Barge boarded overhanging eaves.
Decorative gutter fixtures.