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- Category: C
- Date Added: 26/06/1986
- Local Authority: Dumfries And Galloway
- Planning Authority: Dumfries And Galloway
- Parish: Mouswald
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NY 7222 71558
- Coordinates: 307222, 571558
Built circa 1843. 2-storey former manse. Doubel-pile, front
(west) part piended, rear part narrower, and gabled. Painted
rubble with red ashlar dressings. West elevation: 3 unequal
bays; off-centre 2-leaf panelled door with large rectangular,
geometric patterned fanlight in architrave, with consoled
cornice: canted ground floor window to right. 1st floor cill
band: sash windows, 4-pane at 1st floor. Bracketted eaves. 2
stacks with grouped diamond flues rise above roof valley:
roofed with graded slates. 2 square, painted ashlar and
panelled gatepiers with projecting caps.
Statement of Special Interest
The congregation had as its first minister Henry Duncan,
founder of the first savings bank.
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