Listed Building

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BY WHITEBRIDGE, KNOCKIE LODGE HOTELLB1876

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
05/10/1971
Local Authority
Highland
Planning Authority
Highland
Parish
Boleskine And Abertarff
NGR
NH 44597 13263
Coordinates
244597, 813263

Description

Mid-later 18th century, symmetrical 2-storey and attic, 3-

bay SE facing house with extensive additions of varying later

dates forming U-plan courtyard linked at ground floor by

lean-to verandah extending across front of original house.

White harled with some contrasting painted ashlar margins.

Former entrance in advanced and gabled centre bay now

blocked to form window; late entrance to left. Substantial

additions to SW gable of varying dates. SW facing elevation

with deep 3-window projecting bowed bays in outer bays rising

full height under piended slated roofs and linked at ground

floor by verandah. Varied glazing, mainly sash and case, some

casements; 4 della Robbia style plaques set in walls under

front verandah. Ridge, end and wallhead coped stacks; slate

roofs.

Interior; some fielded panelled doors survive in earliest

portion; present dining and drawing rooms with panelled

dados, broken pedimented doorpieces, chimneypieces, bookcases

and panelled doors all dating from circa 1900.

Statement of Special Interest

Former home of the Frasers of Knockie.

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