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LUGGATE STEADING, STALK AND CARTSHEDSLB17512

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
05/02/1971
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Whittingehame
NGR
NT 59587 74684
Coordinates
359587, 674684

Description

Earlier 19th century steading, replacing earlier buildings.

Squared and snecked red sandstone, some stugged, some

rubble, some ashlar dressings. S range follows falling

ground, with swept hayloft opening breaking eaves;

louvred ventilators, and former doors blocked; machinery

door slapping to W gable end. Cattle courts to E;

segmental archways into byres and sturdy square,

pyramid capped gatepiers to each court. Largely blank

elevations to N and E. Sliding doors to feeding hatches;

unusual timber divisions to troughs; timber beams on

corbels in characteristic East Lothian manner.

STALK: threshing mill to W with later red brick circular

section stalk on tall pedestal.

CARTSHEDS: 2-bay gabled cartshed and granary to W of

steading, with segmental cart-arches to S and 2 hayloft

windows above; hayloft windows in gable ends. 3-bay

earlier cartshed and granary to S, across road, with

gabled bothy adjoined to E gable. 3 segmental

cart-arches to N elevation with cut down window above

centre arch and windows above outer bays; stone

forestair to doorway on W gable; similar hayloft openings

to S side, with modern lean-to addition at ground.

Gable-end stack to bothy, with 2 doorways, 1 window and

later machinery door to S elevation; louvred ventilator.

Single storey cartshed range to W, Pantiles to cattle court

ranges and single storey cartshed; corrugated asbestos to

cart and granary blocks, modern roofing to threshing

mill.

Statement of Special Interest

Important steading of early Improvement period retaining

distinctive and noteworthy details. Cottages and farmhouse

nearby, not included in current listing.

References

Bibliography

C McWilliam LOTHIAN 1978, p199.

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