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BARGALY, WALLED GARDENLB17046

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Group Category Details
100000020 - 4-8
Date Added
03/08/1993
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Minnigaff
NGR
NX 46280 66494
Coordinates
246280, 566494

Description

Later 18th century. Rectangular-plan walled garden. Whin rubble;

brick to interior. Flat-coped. Brick buttresses and quoins. Square-plan, piended-roofed rubble fruit store to E, through opening in wall.

Statement of Special Interest

The Walled Garden is situated to the NE of Bargaly House (see separate listing), which was built for Andrew Heron. A "great orchard dyke" or walled garden was built in 1695, by Andrew Heron, who had a reputation as a botanist and gardener. The "Plan of the Woods of Bargaly", 1772 (RHP 677) depicts a "New Garden", which appears to be on the site of the present Walled Garden. Thus, the Walled Garden could date from 1772 or could be a later replacement on the same site.

B Group with Bargaly House; Bargaly Lodge, Gatepiers and Railings; Sundial; Sundial Dated 1828; Tomb of Andrew Heron (see separate listings).

References

Bibliography

SRO RHP 661 "A Plan of the Woodlands of Bargaly" (1772). SRO RHP 677 "Plan of the Woods of Bargaly" (1772). P H M'Kerlie HISTORY OF THE LANDS AND THEIR OWNERS IN GALLOWAY Vol IV (1878) p449. B M H Rogers "Andrew Heron and his Kinsfolk" TRANSACTION OF THE DUMFRIESSHIRE AND GALLOWAY NATURAL HISTORY AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY 1917-18, p214.

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