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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- Planning Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- Old Luce
- NX 22305 59913
- 222305, 559913
Mid to later 19th century. Single storey, 6-bay (3-3) pair of cottages, with late 19th century addition to rear. Lightly painted rubble. Red sandstone protruding cills. In derelict condition.
S (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: doors in penultimate bays; windows in remaining bays.
N ELEVATION: piend-roofed addition adjoined at centre, with windows to E and W, and brick quoins.
E and W elevations gabled and blank.
Remains of sash and case windows, originally with plate glass glazing. Red sandstone coped skews. Painted rubble gablehead stacks to E and W, and ridge stack at centre; brick ridge stack to piended block. Small grey slates. Octagonal can to E.
Statement of Special Interest
The Cottages are situated to the north-west of Carscreugh Castle which is listed separately and is a Scheduled Monument. The Cottages are listed because of their proximinity to Carscreugh Castle and as good examples of a traditional type.
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