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CAMPERDOWN COUNTRY PARK SAWMILL, WORKSHOPS, FORMERLY STABLESLB25090

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
12/03/1993
Local Authority
Dundee
Planning Authority
Dundee
Burgh
Dundee
NGR
NO 3565 3298
Coordinates
335650, 732980

Description

Circa 1824-30, incorporating masonry from Lundie House (1540). Large U-plan single-storey rubble built steading, with a fourth range added

to E circa 1946-50: pebbledashed and with gabled slate roof.

N AND S COACH-HOUSE RANGES, ELEVATIONS TO COURTYARD: 3 depressed arched cart entries with hinged timber doors. 3 smaller doors and windows to W. Clock removed c1990 from N coach-house. S coach-house harled.

CENTRAL RANGE, E ELEVATION: 4 dougle-leaf doors, each flanked by 2 windows; larger blocked door to N. W elevation: 2 windows to N, 2 modern entrances with sliding doors. 16th century red sandstone lancet gunloop built into wall.

Piended slate roofs. Cast-iron skylights and inverted-V ventilators to mid range. Windows sash and case, 12-pane glazing pattern.

Statement of Special Interest

Lundie House was the seat of the Duncan family prior to the building of Camperdown House. A buttressed stub of wall to the SE of the coash-house may be a remnant of it. The timber clad sawmill to the E is relatively modern.

References

Bibliography

AN INVENTORY OF GARDENS AND DESIGNED LANDSCAPES IN SCOTLAND vol 4 pp64-69.

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