Listed Building

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Address/Name of Site

TYNEHOLM HOUSE LODGE WITH QUADRANT WALLS AND GATEPIERSLB18937

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
13/05/1991
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Pencaitland
NGR
NT 44185 68962
Coordinates
344185, 668962

Description

Post 1907,with later addition.Single storey and basement gate lodge.Stugged sandstone,squared and snecked with ashlar dressings;base course. W elevation:3-bay.Outer left bay gabled and advanced with canted window;crude mullions and blocking course;doorway in re-entrant angle by centre;window in outer right bay.

N elevation:2-bay.2 widely grouped windows with shouldred wallhead stack at centre. S elevation:original gabled bay to left with canted window detailed as above;bipartite at centre and single window to outer bay,on falling ground,in later extension.

E elevation:piend0roofed later addition projecting to left with basement;door on N return.Door to rear of original lodge flight of steps to gabled bay at right.Small-pane glazing pattern in upper sashes,2-pane or plate glass in lower sashes.Gablehead arrow slits.Gablet coped skews and bracketted skewputts.Grey-green slates.

Quadrants and piers:rubble quadrant walls to N with semi-circular coping.4 square ashlar gatepiers with pyramidal caps,those flanking drive with frieze.

Statement of Special Interest

Quadrant walls and piers were probably built contemporary with Burn's Tyneholm House, but with absence of the lodge on the 1854 and 1907 OS indicates its surprisingly later date.

References

Bibliography

1854 and 1907 OS maps

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