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DIRLETON VILLAGE, MAIN ROAD, EASTER SLAPLB1532

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
07/12/1988
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Dirleton
NGR
NT 51372 83808
Coordinates
351372, 683808

Description

Dated 1693 but substantially altered. 2-storey,

rectangular plan house. Random rubble with ashlar

dressings.

N ELEVATION: doorway off-centre to right chamfered arrises

and dated lintel; panelled door. Irregular small window

openings, 5 to 1st floor, 4 to ground floor. Window left

of centre formerly a doorway.

S ELEVATION: irregular openings. Modern conservatory

added off-centre to left. Enlarged windows at ground.

Small square window at 1st floor off-centre and small

single windows to outer bays.

Variety of glazing patterns, small pane 4-pane and

lying-pane, to sash and case windows. Modern

casements. Raised skews and gable end stacks. Pantiles.

Statement of Special Interest

Reputedly farm house to a pig farm. Chequer boarded cobble

and flagstone paving to S by rising ground.

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