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KYLLACHY HOUSELB14886

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
17/04/1986
Local Authority
Highland
Planning Authority
Highland
Parish
Moy And Dalarossie
NGR
NH 78603 25914
Coordinates
278603, 825914

Description

Dated 1886, incorporating earlier core. Rambling 2-storey

and attic gabled house with NE entrance front and long

SE garden elevation. Baronial details, all harled with

extensive tooled ashlar dressings and margins.

Entrance to right of irregular 4-bay gabled elevation set

in tooled ashlar walling with Jacobean style pedimented

doorpiece. Transomed and mullioned ground floor window to

left with shaped and stepped panel containing Mackintosh arms.

Corbelled angle stair turret rising from first floor

terminating in bellcast conical roof with gabletted dormer

and apex finial.

Mullioned and transomed oriels light principal public room

in raised ground floor to E gable wing. Pedimented gabled

dormers break wallhead N and E; varied glazing; extensive long

and short detailing to all window architraves. Garage/stable

wing extends S with E facing gable pierced by pair oculi and

glazed ridge cupola with leaded ogee roof and dated weathervane

(1886). Extensive rear service extensions; crowsteps; coped

end and ridge stacks; slate roofs.

Rubble walled garden terrace fronts E elevation; ashlar cope to

walling and to low balustrade of flight of steps terminating

with paired stone urns.

References

Bibliography

Groome's ORDNANCE GAZETTEER OF SCOTLAND v (1884) p 79

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