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ROTHES GLEN, BRYLACH (FORMER STABLE/CARRIAGE HOUSE)LB15850

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
09/11/1987
Local Authority
Moray
Planning Authority
Moray
Parish
Rothes
NGR
NJ 25436 52369
Coordinates
325436, 852369

Description

Dated 1873, possibly Alexander Ross, Inverness. Single

and 2-storey hollow square with 5-bay NE 5-bay entrance

front and long SE range now a dwelling house. Tooled rubble,

tooled ashlar dressings. Slightly advanced gable centre bay

with segmental-headed archway entrance to inner court under

long louvred and gabletted clock tower; missing clock faces;

long Gothic cast-iron ridge brattishing with apex

weathervanes. Centre archway linked to 2-storey gabled outer

bay by single storey bays.

Irregular 6-bay SE frontage with centre entrance sheltered

by modern glazed sun porch; 4 piended dormers break wallhead.

Inner court with stabling for 4 horses and 2 carriage

houses.

Varied glazing. Coped wallhead and truncated end stacks;

slate roofs.

Statement of Special Interest

Plaque above entrance arch dated 1873 and initialled E DD

and P DD for Edward and Pheobe Dunbar Dunbars.

Stables served Birchfield, the Rothes home of the Dunbar

Dunbars (also of Kinloss, Moray) designed by Alexander Ross

in 1869, destroyed by fire and re-built (probably also by

Alexander Ross) in 1893. Birchfield now the Rothes Glen

Hotel.

References

Bibliography

National Monuments Record of Scotland.

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