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WHITTINGEHAME, LADY ELEANOR'S COTTAGE WITH BOUNDARY WALLS AND RAILINGSLB17492

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 60476 73930
Coordinates
360476, 673930

Description

William Burn 1833. Single storey, picturesque gabled

cottage ornee. Stugged squared and snecked red

sandstone with droved borders to chamfered arrises and

dressings; base course. Windows mainly bipartite with

timber mullions.

S ELEVATION: asymmetrical 3-bay. Advanced gabled porch

at centre with curved corners to lintel of wide doorway;

armorial panel in apex; 2-leaf door. Gabled bay to left

with 4-light stone roof canted window. Gable-headed

bipartite window in projecting panel to outer right.

Recessed, lower eaved projection to E, with bipartite to S

return.

Plate glass sash and case windows with some modern

glazing inserted. Large grey slates. Decoratively coped

barley sugar stacks. Distinctive scrolled barge boarding

with kingposts and finials added 1839 to all gables.

BOUNDARY WALLS AND RAILINGS: rubble retaining walls with

semi-circular coping, ashlar coped by gate with

wrought-iron railings.

Statement of Special Interest

Built originally as School House. Similar barge boarding

used by David Bryce on Bowerhouse Lodge, Spott, and on East

Lodge to Archerfield, Dirleton. Lady Eleanor (nee Maitland,

d.1869) was the wife of James Balfour who bought the

estate in 1817. Redcliff, to N, was built just prior to the

cottage, and is listed separately; both are erected on site

of former village of Whittingehame (see RHP.2516 of 1793).

References

Bibliography

Whittingehame Estate plans.

CHURCHES (1957).

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