Listed Building

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MINNIGAFF, 4 CREEBRIDGELB19285

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
03/08/1993
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Minnigaff
NGR
NX 41218 65696
Coordinates
241218, 565696

Description

Pre 1805. Single storey, 3-bay (1-2) cottage, in terrace. Harled. Painted raised margins, stop-chamfered to door.

E (CREEBRIDGE) ELEVATION: deep-set door in centre bay; panelled door, with glazed upper panels, and 2-pane fanlight. Window to outer bays.

S ELEVATION: rendered above lower building, No 2 Creebridge (see separate listing), adjoined out-of-line to right.

N ELEVATION: adjoined to No 6 Creebridge (see separate listing).

W ELEVATION: window to right. Lean-to extension adjoined to left.

12-pane replacement sash and case windows to ground floor E elevation. Plate glass glazing in sash and case windows. Glazed panels to door infilled traditional door knocker. Red sandstone coped skews, concrete to NE. Painted rubble gablehead stacks, mutual to N. Graded grey-green slates. 2 large canted and piended dormer windows to W pitch. Octagonal cans.

Statement of Special Interest

The street of Creebridge is shown on the "Plan of Newton Stewart" of 1805. Owner advises that property was built by Shoemaker in 1772.

References

Bibliography

SRO RHP 35869 "Plan of the Present and Proposed Roads in the Vicinity

of Newton Stewart" (1805). NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT Vol IV (1845) Kirkcudbright, p 139.

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