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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
NT 63912 78141
363912, 678141


Earlier to mid 19th century severe classical stable

range incorporating earlier buildings at rear. Coursed

red rubble sandstone with droved ashlar dressings. U-


S RANGE: symmetrical; raised impost and eaves courses,

6-bay. Advanced 2-stage entrance bay with altered roof

at centre with segmental pend and keystone; original

piend roof raised and slate hanging to upper stage at

sides. 2 recessed bays flanking each side with blind

arched panels; window inserted in outer right panels.

Advanced end bays with segmental archway to outer left

and blind panel with window to outer right. Windows


E RANGE: 2 cottages with irregularly spaced openings.

2 archways to right of centre blocked when formed into

2nd cottage. Lower eaves line than S range. Outer left

bay of S range with doroway at ground and granary

window above.

W RANGE: primarily blank with machine doorways at centre

and doorway leading to covered dairy passage flanked by

irregular windows.

COURT: lean-to rubble ancillary building with lower

adjunct, closing U-plan to N at E. Piend roofed pantiled

projection from W range at centre. Modern, open

corrugated iron structure to N end of W range at right


12-pane multi-pane and 4-pane glazing pattern to sash

and case windows. Slate piend roofs. Brick and

sandstone stacks. Ventilator to pantiled projection.

INTERIOR: 2 stalls to one side and 3 to other of S

range; boarded and curved with ball and acorn finials.

Cast-iron hay basket.

DAIRY PAVILION: probably later 19th century decorative,

octagonal plan dairy. Squared and snecked red rubble

with stugged ashlar dressings and battered base course;

yellow brick window jambs.

Narrow 3-pane windows to 7 faces, with doorway to E

face; boarded door, passage to W range, facetted roof

with swept, timber bracketted eaves; grey slates.

Leaded tapering finial. Swept ventilators to alternate


INTERIOR: square enamel tiled dado. Vaulted, boarded

ceiling with ventilator boss.

Statement of Special Interest

Built as stable range for Hedderwick Hill House

(demolished). Style and materials similar to Thurston

stables, almost certainly contemporary in date.



NSA II (1835)


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