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WHITTINGEHAME, JOINER'S COTTAGE AND WORKSHOPLB17491

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
27/11/1990
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Whittingehame
NGR
NT 60673 73760
Coordinates
360673, 673760

Description

Dated 1878. Single storey and attic 3-bay cottage with

single storey, 3-bay former workshop adjoined and

slightly recessed; rectangular plan. Squared and

snecked red sandstone with stugged ashlar dressings and

droved, chamfered reveals. Segmentally arched openings;

stone mullions.

W ELEVATION: cottage to N. Gabled porch with modern

infill at centre. Bipartites flanking. Small gablet

skylight at centre with cusped timber surround. Attic

windows breaking eaves in outer bays, with half-piended

gabled dormerheads; bipartite windows. 3-bay former

workshop to S, with bipartites to left and at centre, and

tall, wide doorway to outer right, breaking eaves for

dovecot in half-piended gablehead with 2 tiers of

flight-holes.

N ELEVATION: 2 single windows widely spaced at ground;

date diamond panel in gable wallhead.

E ELEVATION: half-piended roof to gable-end. Small-pane

or 4-pane glazing patterns to sash and case windows.

Grey slate roofs; lead flashings. Deeply overhanging

eaves to cottage, porch and gabled dormerheads with

decorative timber brackets and scalloped barge boarding.

Decorative wrought and cast-iron finials, and weathervane

to dovecot. Copes gable end stacks to cottage. Lean-to modern

garage projecting at oblique angle by former workshop door.

Statement of Special Interest

Possibly designed by John Farquharson, architect of

Haddington, who carried out other notable work on the

Whittingehame Estate about this time.

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