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WOLFSTAR FARMHOUSE WITH GATEPIERSLB18952

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
05/02/1971
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Pencaitland
NGR
NT 41639 68577
Coordinates
341639, 668577

Description

Earlier 19th century. 2-storey and basement, rectangular plan, classical farmhouse with lower gabled projection at rear. Cream and grey sandstone rubble to sides and rear, ashlar to main elevation; raised quoins, base and eaves course.

S elevation: 3-bay with cornice and blocking course; pedimented centre bay advanced with curved flight of steps to doorway with architraves cornice; panelled 2-leaf door and decorative fanlight; wrough-iron railings. Window to each floor in outer bays and above door at centre.

N elevation: gabled projection off-centre to right, with door to basement and regular windows above and on return elevations.

E elevation: window to principal floor and smaller 1st floor window; lean-to porch to basement.

W elevation: door and window at ground; window at centre to principal and 1st floors. Interior: winding stair; depressed-arch to hall. 12-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows. Grey slates to piend roof; ashlar coping to gabled projection at rear.

Gatepiers: decorative cast-iron gateposts with finials.

Statement of Special Interest

Wolfstar Farm steading lies to NE. Farmhouse sited prominently to S of Ormiston.

References

Bibliography

W Y Whitehead Picturesque Pencaitland (1953).

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