Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Planning Authority
Boleskine And Abertarff
NH 37670 6558
237670, 806558


1840-50 and later 19th century, Scottish Baronial house,

incorporating and recasting earlier, dwelling. Mainly

2-storey and attic over raised basement on east sloping site.

All harled with contrasting red ashlar sandstone dressings

and margins.

Asymmetrical south facing 4-bay entrance front, with off-

centre projecting gabled entrance bay with bracketted hood

approached by flight of steps with moulded ashlar balustrade

and terminal ball finials; panelled door and decorative

radial glazing to rectangular fanlight; 1st floor bipartite

and quatrefoil attic light. Hoodmoulded bipartites in

other bays; 3 pedimented dormers rise from wallhead; small

dummy bartizan at SW angle. Symmetrical east gable flanked by

angle drumtowers, at SE rising 3 storeys with corbelled and

crenellated wallhead and shallow conical roof; to NE drumtower

rises 4 storeys and attic terminating with simple corbelled

wallhead and decorative pedimented lucarne fronting slated

conical roof. Drumtowers linked at raised basement by pair

segmental headed arches fronting loggia.

Further 2-storey and attic range of earlier date, extends

north with simple pilastered basement entrance in north gable

with pilastered tripartite above. Multi-pane glazing;

crowsteps; coped ridge and end stacks; slate roofs.

Statement of Special Interest

Present plan form established by 1st ed. OS 1871.



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