Listed Building

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Address/Name of Site


Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Perth And Kinross
Planning Authority
Perth And Kinross
Trinity Gask
NN 91373 17466
291373, 717466


1729 (or shortly thereafter) centre block harled and

whitewashed with margins and stone dressings. 2-storey

and basement to S, full 3-storey at N, 5-window, to S.

centre 3 advanced with pediment, outer windows smaller and

narrower, fine architraved doorpiece with lugs and segmental

pediment; N. front has big projecting canted bay, 3-window

at 1st with centre (dummy) circular window N. face, 1-window

either side. Tall piend roof, 4 chimneys, 2 front 2 back.

Interior: good hall staircase with fine twisted balusters

(similar to Woodend, Madderty) somewhat altered at ground

floor level later, restored to probable original condition

recently by T. Beveridge, sepia mural decoration Wm.

Feilding 1967. Large octagon dining room with cove,

pedimented chimneypiece with sheet music and wind instrument

panel, elaborate Venetian alcove feature and cartouche

busts at cove, plasterwork of Calderwood-early Clayton

school. Other rooms altered later and again by John Stewart

1929 and T. Beveridge more recently, but S.E. room original

with plaster panelling. W. wing dated JSH 1826 HS, same

height, 1-window to S, 3-window to W., advanced 1-window

to N; interior remodelled, scheme of symmetrical wings

completed by building similar E. wing (both contain bolection

moulded chimneypieces from basement (?) of original house)

and basement area flyover improved John Stewart (Stewart &

Paterson) 1929.



N.S.A. v. 10 p.338

Office papers of Stewart and Paterson per David Hally.

Information of Sir Charles and Lady Connell.

An estate map by the Malcolms shows that the present carriage

drive at main floor level is not original; probably 1826

with cast-iron work of that period. The front door was

originally approached by a mound ramp.

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