Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Planning Authority
Boleskine And Abertarff
NH 49262 20603
249262, 820603


Steading; dated 1865. Single storey and loft E-plan range, NW

facing with courtyards infilled (slightly later?) with

covered cattle courts. Harl pointed rubble with tooled ashlar

dressings. Centre range with paired segmental-headed cart

bays with pronounced keystones and loft door in centre. Apex

bellcote (bell missing) with datestone in base and cast-iron weathervane. Flanking cattle courts with similar wide

entrances; ridge vents to both courts and flanking ranges;

ridge and end stacks; slate roof.

To rear of steading an unusual low octagonal structure seemingly designed for use as both a henhouse and dovecote. 4-paned windows placed below eaves level, dovecote flight-holes in gablets. Also rubble, with facetted slate roof, and perhaps also dating from 1865.

Statement of Special Interest

Stands slightly SE of former Foyer House (demolished; seat

of Frasers of Foyers). Interesting hen-house/dovecote sited

to rear of steading probably also dating from 1865; in poor

condition and not included in listing.



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