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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Planning Authority
- Boleskine And Abertarff
- NH 37660 6435
- 237660, 806435
Cottage; mid 19th century, single storey and attic over
raised basement, 3 bays with centre door and with further
entrance to raised basement in east gable. Harled rubble.
Centre door; gabled dormers in outer bays; 3 later flat
roofed dormers to rear; varied glazing; end stacks; slate
roof with projecting eaves. Steading range; early-mid 19th
century, harled single-storey range with long curved east
elevation. Varied entrances and fenestration pattern; small
windows; segmental headed gighouse entrance with single
flight hole above in south gable; ridge stack; corrugated-
iron roof replaces former thatch.
Statement of Special Interest
Group probably served as Mains before present Culachy Mains
(built after 1st ed. OS 1871). Buildings grouped around
small triangular rubble walled garden. Cobbled path fronts
steading range (which may originally also contained dwelling
house) and also fronts gighouse. Unusual curved ground plan
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