Listed Building

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PITCOX SMITHYLB14800

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
02/05/1990
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Stenton
NGR
NT 64110 75236
Coordinates
364110, 675236

Description

Possibly 17th probably 18th century with later alterations.

Smithy and ancillary buildings, comprising 2 parallel rows

with rubble retaining walls enclosing ground between,

both following falling level. Red standstone rubble with

some stugged and some droved ashlar dressings inserted

later. Multi-pane glazing pattern, some in sash and case;

pantiles. Gable end stacks.

E RANGE: steeply pitched gable to S and piended end to

N. 3-bay cottage by roadside to S, with doorway flanked

by windows on W side and square window flanked by

larger windows on E side. Smithy property to N, with

door and windows to E side, and machinery doors and

doorway breaking eaves with swept roof to W side (stable

door).

INTERIOR: massive lugged, hooded forge to N end of

smithy.

W RANGE: steeply pitched gables to N and S. Irregular

openings to E elevation with 2 doors and 2 windows and

blocked window; former lean-to, currently roofless and

ruinous, of later addition to N gable.

Statement of Special Interest

These buildings were probably extant when Pitcox Church

was still in use (pre 1561), also serving Stenton when

the parish was named Pitcox. A further smithy with forge

chimneypiece is listed separately in Stenton village.

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