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DELL LODGE AND REAR SERVICE COTTAGES.LB1860

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
05/10/1971
Local Authority
Highland
Planning Authority
Highland
Parish
Boleskine And Abertarff
NGR
NH 48584 16275
Coordinates
248584, 816275

Description

Later 18th century, 2-storey and attic over basement, 5-bay

east facing house; mainly harled. Symmetrical front with

slightly advanced centre bay; centre entrance with fine 9

fielded-panel door and almost square fanlight with decorative

radial glazing; oculus in gablet with apex stack. Pair

piended dormers. 2 longer ground floor windows in return

south gable; modern oriel in 1st floor. Centre rear

projecting stairwell with piended roof and long multi-pane

glazed window. 12-pane glazing to main house; coped end

stacks; slate roofs.

Long later single storey and attic wing extends to rear

(west); further later 3-storey white painted corrugated

iron wing at NW.

Interior; simple turned wooden balusters to staircase;

6-panel doors with beaded panelling and moulded architraves;

similarly panelled window shutters. Late 19th century pair

single storey service cottages abut rear wing of main house

and form U-plan court.

Statement of Special Interest

Andrew Fraser of Dell, 1762-1814; imposing memorial in Old

Boleskine Burial Ground. Unusual 3-storey corrugated iron

extension. Noted as Dell House, Item 16 on 1971 Statutory

list.

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