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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- Planning Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- NX 38846 70201
- 238846, 570201
Earlier to mid 19th century. Single storey and attic asymmetrical gabled farmhouse. Squared and snecked whin. Bull-faced granite margins and long and short quoins. Overhanging eaves.
E (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: gable to left and lower gable advanced to right. Replacement panelled door at centre, recessed between gables. 2-light window, with later concrete mullion, at ground floor and small window in gablehead to left gable. 2-light window at ground floor and small window in gablehead to right gable.
S ELEVATION: 2-light window to left and right. Modern glasshouse at centre.
N ELEVATION: window to left. Jamb of outbuilding adjoined to right, forming L-plan; stone forestair to door in N gable; door to right, window to left and modern flat-roofed addition at centre to E return.
W ELEVATION: 2-light window at ground floor and window at 1st floor to gable advanced to right. 3 windows to left. Diamond-pane glazing in sash and case, and casement windows; some 4-pane glazing. Graded grey slates. Granite ridge diamond stacks, at centre to S roof, and to each roof of L-plan. Dormer window to E and W pitches of jamb.
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