Listed Building

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LAWS HILL, LAWS FARM GRANARY AND YARDLB17467

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
15/12/1989
Local Authority
Angus
Planning Authority
Angus
Parish
Monifieth
NGR
NO 49246 35065
Coordinates
349246, 735065

Description

1823. 2-storey, 3-bay, L-plan granary with yard and dovecot. Rubble masonry, polished ashlar dressings, corrugated asbestos roof (previously stone slates).

SW ELEVATION: off-centre segmental arch at ground floor; 3 near- symmetrical boarded openings at 1st floor with large pink sandstone dressings; enclosing rubble wall with rounded copes on 3 sides forming yard, with cart opening.

SE ELEVATION: 9-pane to hopper window ground floor right in built-up doorway; boarded round-headed aperture at 1st floor with advanced cill at springing point; inscription ?PA 1823? (Patrick Anderson) above in circular panel with cable moulding.

NW ELEVATION: central door at 1st floor with later lower slate roofed addition at left.

NE ELEVATION: door to dairy; pump.

Statement of Special Interest

Laws estate owned by Patrick Anderson between 1820 and 1834; Anderson was Provost of Dundee several times between 1818 and 1826. 2-storey farmhouse of similar date to E.

References

Bibliography

J Malcolm, PARISH OF MONIFIETH (1910), p320.

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