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WINTON HOUSE,LAUNDRY COTTAGELB18949

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
13/05/1991
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Pencaitland
NGR
NT 43927 69643
Coordinates
343927, 669643

Description

Gilbert F M Ogilivy, 1928. L-plan cottage comprised of tall single storey laundry and 2-storey cottage with 1st floor breaking

eaves. Stugged, squared and snecked sandstone rubble with ashlar dressings. Laundry wing to N with 2 tall windows to W elevation closely flanked to outer sides by doorways. Chamfered corner to stair block set in re-entrant angle with 2-storey wing; 3 square windows to stair and cavetto cornice. 2-storey cottage with Gibbsian surround to doorway on W gable, with Ogilvy armorial panel above and 2 attic windows. S elevation with 2 closely grouped bays at centre, windows at ground floor and breaking eaves above in gabled dormerheads; later window inserted

to outer left at ground. 4-,12- and 18-pane glazing patterns to sash and case windows. Crowsteps and beak skewputts. Polygonal roof to stair block. Grey slates coping to stacks.

Statement of Special Interest

Gilbert Ogilivy trained with Hippolyte J Blanc in Edinburgh, and Laundry Cottage developed the 17th century Scottish style revived by John Kinross, Hippolyte J Blanc, Rowand Anderson and A N Paterson at the turn of the century. The single storey laundry is currently converted for residential purposes.

References

Bibliography

C McWilliam Lothian (1978) p474.

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