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- Category: A
- Date Added: 26/01/1971
- Local Authority: Moray
- Planning Authority: Moray
- Parish: Bellie
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NJ 34295 59081
- Coordinates: 334295, 859081
John Baxter, 1791-2. Entrance arch, crenellated screen walls
and flanking lodges with modern rear additions. Tooled
ashlar, polished ashlar dressings; harled additions at rear.
Tall central crenellated triumphal arch linked to flanking
single storey, single bay lodges by screenwall; lodges linked
to quadrants by continuation of screenwall. Single pedestrian
entrance each side of main entrance and single window of each
lodge, the latter set in shallow round-headed panel.
REAR: square single bay, mirrored lodges project at rear,
each with entrance facing drive-way and set-back crenellated
elevation with additional entrance fronting modern rear
additions. Original doors and windows set in shallow
round-headed panels; 12-pane glazing. Rear coped wallhead
stacks; shallow piended roofs masked by crenellated
wallheads; slate roofs to modern additions.
Statement of Special Interest
Upgraded: B to A, 24.3.88
James and Anne Simpson, 'John Baxter, Architect, and the
Patronage of the Fourth Duke of Gordon', BULLETIN OF THE
SCOTTISH GEORGIAN SOCIETY, vol. 2 (1973), p. 55.
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