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CLONHIE FARMHOUSE AND STEADINGLB17294

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
Penpont
NGR
NX 83956 96278
Coordinates
283956, 596278

Description

Architect probably Walter Newall, circa 1830. Courtyard

steading with detached single storey and attic 3-bay

farmhouse to east. All rubble-built with ashlar dressings;

house is whin rubble with contrasting dressings, steading

is whitewashed. Roofs mostly covered with graded slates.

House: south elevation: shallow advanced and gabled inner bay

with corniced plain doorpiece, boarded and glazed 2-leaf

doors and tall fanlight; single window above in gable-head;

2 20th century gabled bipartite dormers; small-paned sash

windows; crow-stepped gables; corniced end stacks; rear wings.

Steading: 4 ranges, cobble courtyard entered either side of

detached east range. Tall west range with 3-bay stable,

cartshed, barn at north with 2 tiers slit ventilators; loft

openings boarded and glazed; pulley wheel high on north wall.

Other ranges single storey. North range with rooflight

ventilators, south range lengthened/partly rebuilt in brick

and with corrugated roof. East range with brick modern

addition to courtyard.

Statement of Special Interest

Attribution to Newall on stylistic grounds.

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