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DUMCRIEFF HOUSELB16856

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
03/08/1971
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Moffat
NGR
NT 10195 3618
Coordinates
310195, 603618

Description

Probably late 18th/early 19th century; pedimented 2-storey

7-bay classical house, encasing earlier house, and enlarged

to rear (N) probably 1828, with L-plan wing arranged to form

symmetrical W (main entrance) elevation with deeply recessed

3-bay centre. Built above steep river bank, with basement at

E. Painted rubble and ashlar dressings.

ORIGINAL HOUSE: inner 3 close-spaced bays on S elevation

shallow advanced and pedimented, blind thermal window in

tympanum, balustraded loggia at ground (?contemporary with

rear wing), central door now a window.

W elevation: wide central door-piece, 2 doric columns in

antis, panelled door, wide segmental-arched fanlight carried

over sidelights; tripartite above; wall-head stacks over

advanced bays.

Corniced end and axial stacks throughout and piended roofs

covered with graded slates.

Interior: Fairly plain late Georgian interiors; cantilevered

stone stair at N end of original house now encased by wing.

Statement of Special Interest

SRO GD18/4749 refers to 1755 repainting. NSA refers to Dr

Rogerson of Russia (1741-1823) "..... building a respectable

mansion at Dumcrieff .....". Home for a time of John Loudon

MacAdam.

S elevation compares with design for Murraythwaite House

apparently prepared by Walter Newall (drawing in Dumfries

Museum).

References

Bibliography

COUNTRY LIFE 7.1.1949 and 26.5.1960; SRO GD21/62/68 (1828

reference to house as "nearly completed"); NEW STATISTICAL

ACCOUNT p.113.

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