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- Category: A
- Date Added: 22/02/1972
- Local Authority: Moray
- Planning Authority: Moray
- Parish: Aberlour
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NJ 28189 43973
- Coordinates: 328189, 843973
William Robertson, 1838. Single storey, cruciform, classical,
polished ashlar gate lodge. Each front pedimented with
unfluted Greek Doric columns, projecting as a portico at SW
entrance front, IN ANTIS at flanks. Centre doorway flanked by
narrow side lights; single window flanks portico with
panelled apron; similar window in centre SE return elevation
(to driveway). Corniced centre stack; shallow roof.
GATEPIERS AND GATES: circa. 1860, pair square channelled ashlar
corniced gatepiers with similar piers to flanking pedestrian
entrance; decorative carved stone urn finials. Pair spearhead
cast-iron carriage gates with similar flanking pedestrian
Statement of Special Interest
William Robertson designed Aberlour House, Stables and
Column. While the East Lodge is not included in the
advertisements for tenders quoted above, it can be assumed
that this architect was also responsible for the lodge.
Upgraded B to A 9.11.87
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