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2-20 (INCLUSIVE NOS) COTTOWN OF BALGOWNIE, BRIDGE OF DONLB15668

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
24/11/1972
Local Authority
Aberdeen
Planning Authority
Aberdeen
Parish
Old Machar
NGR
NJ 94362 9554
Coordinates
394362, 809554

Description

Late 18th century, restored mid 20th century. Lengthy run of terraced, single storey, 3-bay cottages to the N side of the Brig o' Balgownie (see separate listing). Granite with pantiled roofs. 12-pane glazing to timber sash and case windows. Brick stacks with clay cans. No 9 is 2-storey.

Statement of Special Interest

Part of a B-Group with Brig O Balgownie (see separate listing). Important grouping of early terraced industrial workers cottages located to the N side of the Brig o' Balgownie. A noteworthy early example of a comprehensive restoration scheme in Aberdeen.

Change of category, 1988. Statutory address updated to reflect changes to street addressing, 2010. Previously listed as '23, 25, 27 Balgownie Road and 7, 8 Bridge Terrace (S. Side) and 29 Balgownie Road and 9-20 (All Numbers) Bridge Terrace (N. Side) Cot Town, Bridge of Don'. The Brig O Balgownie is also part of a separate B-Group with buildings in Don Street on the South side on the river.

References

Bibliography

Evident on 1st Edition Ordnance Survey Map (1864). The Third Statistical Account ' The County of Aberdeen (1960) p144. Ranald MacInnes, The Aberdeen Guide(2000) p213.

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