William Burn, circa 1830. Single storey picturesquely
gabled cottage (formed from original pair) and workshop.
Cottage is stugged, squared red and pink sandstone with
stugged ashlar dressings; roughly coursed rubble rear
and workshop, suggesting possible incorporation of earlier
W ELEVATION: gabled porch set off-centre to right with
doorway to S and narrow window with bracketted stone
canopy to W. Gablehead with overhanging eaves to
segmentally arched, timber mullioned bipartite to right of
centre, and similarly to outer left bay. Gabled, harled
porch addition projecting from bay left of centre.
N AND S GABLES: segmentally arched timber mullioned
window to S gable wall, with corbelled stack at apex;
N gable blank with unusual mannered corbelling to stack.
Small harled piend-roofed addition to NE angle.
WORKSHOP: adjoined to rear (E) elevation of cottage, with
wide doorway to S and taller, pentice-roofed bay to outer
right with segmentally arched doorway. Plate glass sash
and case windows. Original grey slates. Single diamond
stacks. Crowstepped gables with beak skewputts.
RETAINING WALL: rubble wall with semi-circular coping and
square pier with semi-circular coping.