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NEW ABBEY VILLAGE THE SQUARE M J CARBERRY'S SHOP/POST OFFICE, HOUSE AND WAREHOUSELB17302

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
26/06/1986
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
New Abbey
NGR
NX 96291 66250
Coordinates
296291, 566250

Description

Warehouse built probably second half of 18th century, but

re-fronted later in 19th century with 2-storey house and

shop; tall 4-storey and attic warehouse survives at rear

(north). Street elevation: built of bull-faced white granite

ashlar, part coursed, part snecked, with contrasting red

ashlar margins and dressings; 3 bays, with square-headed pend

(to warehouse) central, shop to right (bipartite above),

house door and ground floor window to left; sash windows,

mostly with 4-pane glazing; coped end stacks.

Warehouse: built mostly of white granite rubble, 2 bays with

windows at each level (small top floor windows) and doors in

Statement of Special Interest

Listed for quality of warehouse.

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