Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
NT 42622 74729
342622, 674729


Late 18th century. 2-storey 5-bay classical coach house with single storey lean-to wings. Cream sandstone ashlar frontage, roughly squared and coursed at sides and rear with ashlar dressings. Base course, band course and moulded cornice.

N ELEVATION: 3 centre bays advanced and set under steep pediment with blinded oculus, breaking eaves; arcaded ground floor; windows to each bay at each floor, square at 1st.

S ELEVATION: 3-bay. Boldly pedimented and architraved door at centre; panelled door. Depressed carriage arches flanking, blocked as windows. 3 square 1st floor windows.

Single storey side additions of 2 different dates, comprised of coped walls to N elevation, 1 in rubble, 1 in ashlar, each with windows; modern lean-tos to S. 1st floor windows inserted later in main coach house, breaking eaves in swept dormerheads.

Small-pane glazing pattern in sash and case windows; grey slates to piend roof.

Statement of Special Interest

The unpretentious dignity of the design could be attributed to the artisan-classical style employed. For further information on St Germains, see St Germains House. B Group with House, Cottage and Dovecot.



Bell Ingram Sales Catalogue, June 1986.

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