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COLLUTHIE HOUSELB15550

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
22/10/1984
Local Authority
Fife
Planning Authority
Fife
Parish
Moonzie
NGR
NO 33979 19279
Coordinates
333979, 719279

Description

Complex house of several dates, chiefly remodelling of early work. SE part reconstructed 1823 for John Inglis probably to his own designs, 2-storey 5-window to S. whin rubble with margins, slated, segmentally arched pilaster doorpiece, original knocker; W part remodelled or rebuilt after 1843, 6-window at 1st (one a built up door); office wing beyond with grotesque head skewput, gatepiers with reeded dome capping. Further alterations, 2-storey asymmetrical late Victorian addition at NE, James Maclaren & Sons.

Statement of Special Interest

C group Courtyard formed by original part of house and steading very picturesque. Not former item 850 Bankfoot Cottage derelict in 1969.

References

Bibliography

NSA v IX p792. Central and North Fife p18. Originally built by the Ramsays of Colluthie. 'The house is a small plain building, remarkable only for the thickness of its walls and some arched doors and windows. It was long much neglected and nearly uninhabitable but it has been lately repaired by its present proprietor Mr J Inglis, at a considerable expense, and may now accommodate a respectable family'. The arched windows and doors are not now extant. James Maclaren & Sons Card Index.

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