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DRUMLANRIG WALLED GARDEN AND GATEWAYS, OUTBUILDINGS AND COTTAGESLB17296

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
03/08/1971
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Penpont
NGR
NX 85937 98363
Coordinates
285937, 598363

Description

Built circa 1822. Large, quadrangular walled garden with yard

to north enclosing potting sheds and outbuildings; 3

adjoining single storey cottages beyond.

Garden walls: built of brick with ashlar coping and archways

(central gate on each wall); continuous (temporary) animal

pen lean-to's now line inner walls, original lean-to potting

and boiler sheds abut outer north wall and modern animal pens

abut outer south wall; small "triumphal arch" forms west

gate; pedimented north gate with paired pilasters. Yard

enclosed by rubble-built ashlar-coped wall with square

gatepiers.

Cottages: built in (at least) 3 phases and arranged roughly

in T-plan; all have 3 bays with central door and are built of

stugged red ashlar with polished dressings; original

south-facing cottage with 16-pane glazing; other cottages

north-facing, doubled in depth probably late 19th century,

and arranged symmetrically; inner 2 bays on north elevation

advanced, with tripartites. Sash windows throughout with

small-paned glazing; coped stacks; all roof piended, with

graded slates.

References

Bibliography

Copies of some original plans in NMRS (on paper dated

1817-1821)

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