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DIRLETON VILLAGE, DIRLETON ROAD, CEDAR GROVELB1528

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
07/12/1988
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Dirleton
NGR
NT 51905 84201
Coordinates
351905, 684201

Description

W J Walker Todd, circa 1905. 2-storey square plan house

with single storey wing. Squared and snecked Rattlebag

masonry with red ashlar dressings and band course;

chamfered window arrises; raised quoins.

E ELEVATION: doorway at centre with roll-moulded surround

and ogee lintel. Small heart-shaped light at centre of

door. Small windows flanking. Brick piers supporting

timber balcony across centre and right bays reached by

architraved doorway. Left bays gabled with 2 flat

roofed, splayed oriels with boarded aprons. Blank panel

in gable head.

S ELEVATION: left bays gabled 5-light architraved window

at ground, 7-light above with splayed and aproned window

to centre. Flat-roofed full-height canted 6-light bay

to right.

N ELEVATION: M-shaped gable with irregular openings.

Single storey wing to outer right.

Small-pane upper panels to casement windows. Green slates;

swept eaves with simple barge boarding. Decorative

ridge tiles. Chimney pots retained on moulded copings.

INTERIOR: pine panelled doors with moulded architraves.

Coved bedroom ceiling. Timber stairs and balustrade.

Statement of Special Interest

Dick Peddie and McKay plans, Bin 22, Bag 1, No 1884. Built

for James William Watt. Walker Todd later designed the local

authority houses in Fidra Avenue, nearby. Balcony added

later. Currently subdivided. Reputedly commissioned by local

farmer as wedding gift for his daughter.

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