Listed Building

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LOCHLANE HOUSELB18149

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
05/10/1971
Local Authority
Perth And Kinross
Planning Authority
Perth And Kinross
Parish
Monzievaird And Strowan
NGR
NN 83419 21358
Coordinates
283419, 721358

Description

Small mansion dated 1710. 4-window 2-storey and attic main

elevation, harled with chamfered margins. Sculptured

centre gablet containing single attic window, architraved

centre doorway with pediment containing sculpture:

2-window side elevations, dormers: very high peind roof

with twin chimneys. Small forecourt with low wall and

panelled piers with ball finials. Interior: panelled almost

throughout and exceptionally complete. Small addition,

new doorway and general repair c.1920. 18th cent. sundial

of baluster type nearby.

References

Bibliography

Preserved within Lochlane House a fine coloured map of

Lochlane Estate drawn by James Harley for Wm. McIntyre

probably in the mid 18th cent. This has bird's eye views

of the buildings, house and garden being shown as now

existing except for the removal of single storey 1-window

wings in line with the forecourt.

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