Listed Building

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TINWALD PARISH MANSELB17242

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
26/06/1986
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Tinwald
NGR
NX 99938 81472
Coordinates
299938, 581472

Description

Walter Newall of Dumfries, architect. Built circa 1837.

Renovated, and additions to rear, James Barbour of Dumfries,

1900. 2-storey manse, with symmetrical 3-bay east (entrance)

front, and 2-bay full height rear wing.

Painted ashlar and chamfered margins. East elevation: central

panelled door with fanlight, brackets support deep, open

pediment above; 12-pane sashes. Plain eaves cornice; shaped

skews; corbelled end stacks with corniced, diamond flues

(single flue over south gable); slate roof. Wall at north

east angle returns east and steps down towards garage; roof

of wing swept down over kitchen, beyond. 3-bay south

elevation with advanced gable to right, and ground floor

tripartites.

References

Bibliography

SNMR - Copies of Newall plans (dated 1837)

SRO HR264/1

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