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LUGGATE BURN, POST OFFICE COTTAGELB17510

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
27/11/1990
Supplementary Information Updated
17/12/2018
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Whittingehame
NGR
NT 60023 74304
Coordinates
360023, 674304

Description

William Burn, circa 1830. Single storey gabled former post office and post master s house, with successive additions soon after. Squared, stugged and coursed red and pink sandstone with droved and chamfered reveals. WEST ELEVATION: asymmetrical. 2 advanced gabled bays at centre, that to right larger with stone mullioned bipartite window with stone bracketted canopy, blind slit in apex; slightly further advanced bay to left with stone mullioned bipartite. Gabled entrance bay set in re-entrant angle to right, in segmentally arched opening and fanlight; timber mullioned bipartite to recessed outer left bay and window to recessed bay to outer right. NORTH ELEVATION: shallow advanced gabled bay to right with set-off stack projecting slightly at centre, flanked to left by doorway with stone consoled gabled hood, former post office name board under hood. Timber mullioned bipartite to left bay. REAR ELEVATION: 3 gabled bays. Plate glass sash and case windows. Large grey slates. Crowstepped gables with beak skewputts. Single diamond stacks, one missing (1988).

Statement of Special Interest

See Old School House, above. 3 gabled, ashlar coped privies

remain at rear, in ruinous condition.

References

Bibliography

See Luggate Burn, Old School House, listed separately above.

Ordnance Survey (surveyed 1853, published 1855) Haddingtonshire, Sheet 11 (includes: Dunbar; Spott; Stenton; Whittingehame)

Six inches to the mile, 1st Edition Ornance Survey: Southampton.

About Listed Buildings

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