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CAWDOR VILLAGE OLD MANSE WALLED GARDEN, STEADING AND GATE PIERSLB1753

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
06/09/1979
Local Authority
Highland
Planning Authority
Highland
Parish
Cawdor
NGR
NH 83963 49716
Coordinates
283963, 849716

Description

John Wilson, architect and builder, 1831. 2-storey and attic,

wide 3-bay house. Harl pointed rubble, tooled ashlar

dressings. Symmetrical SE entrance front, with slightly

advanced and pedimented centre bay; centre door with narrow

sidelights. Symmetrical 2-bay NE side entrance; large

tripartite in ground floor of SW elevation. 12-pane glazing.

Modern box dormers, single in front and 3 to rear. Paired

centre stacks; piended platform slate roof.

2 single storey, single bay wings project to rear, forming

rear service court.

Walled garden; coped rubble walled garden.

Steading; L-plan steading/gighouse and stable to rear; rubble

with tooled rubble dressings; piended slate roof. Gate piers;

pair simple square ashlar gate piers with pyramidal caps.

Statement of Special Interest

Former Church of Scotland Parish Manse. "an excellent and

commodious house". (NSA)

Description of items in Cawdor Village commences at west with

Old Manse and continues east through West End, Back Street to

Bridge House; from thence West to Lavender Cottage and

Gardener's Cottage.

References

Bibliography

NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT, xiii, (1842) p.24. Scottish Record

Office, CH2/554/2/124/5,171

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