Listed Building

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IVY COTTAGE METHLICK VILLAGELB16465

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
11/09/1984
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire
Planning Authority
Aberdeenshire
Parish
Methlick
NGR
NJ 85470 37434
Coordinates
385470, 837434

Description

William Clark (Methlick) 1875 (as Female School) in

cottage manner of the Smiths 20 years earlier. Single-storey

harled with granite dressings and margins, single-storey

and attic S.E. section with consoled doorpiece in centre

advanced gable feature.

References

Bibliography

Contracts Aberdeen Journal May 19 1875

Purchased by Lord Aberdeen when the schools were amalgamated,

refitted as Training Home for Girls and opened by

W. E. Gladstone Sep 16 1884

About Listed Buildings

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