Listed Building

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HEATHERYHAUGH, FORMER STABLES AND GATEPIERSLB16863

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
22/02/1988
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Moffat
NGR
NT 9238 6294
Coordinates
309238, 606294

Description

Probably circa 1828 (ie contemporary with dated garden

bridge). Symmetrically-planned rustic stable range with

2-storey tower clasped on 3 sides by main low range. All

built of whin rubble, mainly coursed, cherry-caulked and

whitewashed and projecting rock-faced blocks to margins, wide

cills, flat arches, angles and eaves. S elevation: cartway

and loft doorway in shallow-advanced tower; single bay wings

with 3-bay end elevations (on 2 levels at E); asymmetrical

and partly derelict outbuildings to N. Some windows retain

original ogival tracery. Piended slate roofs with projecting

bracketted eaves.

Late 18th/early 19th century corniced, rusticated ashlar

square gatepiers to W relate to earlier part of house.

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