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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- East Lothian
- Planning Authority
- East Lothian
- NT 67485 78076
- 367485, 678076
Early 19th century. Pair of grey ashlar gatepiers with
raised pilaster at centre broken by wider horizontal
bands with chamfered arrises. Scrolled volutes flanking
below neck of ogeed pedestal supporting large ball
BOUNDARY WALLS: random red rubble sandstone walls with
rubble coping, swept up to gatepiers and marking
policies of Lochend House.
Statement of Special Interest
Fine gatepiers form the memento of an Anglo Gothic
mansion of which merely a curtain wall remains, endowed
with notable carving and an ornate classical gateway
dated 1684, listed separately. The boundary wall, in
the distinctive local stone runs almost unbroken and in
a prominent line visible from the A1. Lochend Kennels
to W, not included in current listing, but Hallhill
Steading and Cottages (formerly Lochend Mains), listed
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