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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- East Lothian
- Planning Authority
- East Lothian
- NT 61436 71242
- 361436, 671242
Mid 19th century with later 19th century additions at
rear. Symmetrical row of 4 3-bay, single storey farm
cottages of improvement era. Squared and snecked red
rubble sandstone with stugged ashlar dressings with
droved borders. Each cottage with doorway at centre to
roadside, flanked by windows; boarded doors with 2-pane
fanlights. Harled pentice roofed extensions to centre and
right bays at rear of 3 northmost cottages; remaining
cottage with door to left and window to right. Blank end
gables. Pantile roofs; coped skews; Stone end stacks,
brick stacks to mutual gables. Windows currently
Statement of Special Interest
Listed for their altered form and as good examples of
improvement cottages such as Loudon illustrated in COTTAGE,
FARM AND VILLA ARCHITECTURE. Pitcox cottages in the
neighbouring Stenton parish provide a slightly earlier
version of the same design. A sympathetic addition to
the rear of the southernmost cottage (No 6) was accepted
March 1990. Stoneypath Farmhouse and steading are listed
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