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8, 9, 10 GATELAWBRIDGE AND OLD STABLE HOUSELB17376

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
Morton
NGR
NX 90191 96458
Coordinates
290191, 596458

Description

Earlier 19th century. Former stables and haybarn now

converted to form 2-storey house; single storey cottage row

to east linked by screen wall. Stugged and squared red rubble

with ashlar dressings; all roofed with graded slates.

Stables: rectangular-plan, with gable to roadside; 2 south

most bays not original. Few alterations to openings, but

plate glass glazing throughout. 2 cartways (one slightly

altered) at north end of east wall, forestair alongside with cantilevered platt; slit ventilators at south below wall-head

stack. Basement door in south gable below inserted bipartite.

Cottages: 3-bay cottage to east with central door and 12-pane

glazing, west end perhaps originally stables now converted to

form 2 2-bay cottages, with inserted margined openings and

blocked slit ventilator. Boarded doors with fanlights; sash

windows, 12-pane glazing at east, other windows with larger

panes. Straight skews; coped end stacks (2 brick wall-head

stacks at south); boarded loft door in west gable; main roof

swept at south over full width rear wing of 3-bay cottage.

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