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FOCHABERS, 13, 15 EAST STREETLB1555

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Group Category Details
100000020 - 14, 15, 21
Date Added
24/03/1988
Local Authority
Moray
Planning Authority
Moray
Parish
Bellie
NGR
NJ 34753 58598
Coordinates
334753, 858598

Description

1870-80. Pair S facing (to Westmorland Street) single storey

and attic, 2-bay cottages. Mixed rubble, tooled ashlar

dressings. Entrances at rear (for No 15 via Westmorland

Street). 2 bracketted corniced windows to each house in W

elevation with similar blind and single windows in each

return gable; 2 dormer windows break wallhead, single gable

1st floor window to each house above continuous cill-eaves

band; lying pane glazing. Coped centre ridge stack; slate

roof.

Statement of Special Interest

With No 17 High Street and Nos 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 East Street,

these cottages were built as estate dwellings for Gordon

Castle employees. The design probably dates from circa 1840,

was used over a period of time on the estate and was somewhat old-fashioned by 1870-80. This group of cottages does not

appear on the 1st edition OS, 1870.

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