Listed Building

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259 PERTH ROAD AND SEYMOUR STREET, SEYMOUR LODGE, INCLUDING WALL AND RAILINGS TO SEYMOUR STREET, EXCLUDING ADDITIONS AT REARLB25542

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
04/02/1965
Local Authority
Dundee
Planning Authority
Dundee
Burgh
Dundee
NGR
NO 38493 29870
Coordinates
338493, 729870

Description

Charles and Leslie Ower, 1880. Dramatic Victorian Gothic

villa, square plan with window projections 2-storey and

attic, coursed rubble with ashlar dressings.

S elevation continuous cusped frieze links 2 advanced

bays, left bay ashlar fronted 4-light mullioned and

transomed window at first and second floors. Facetted

French pavilion roof with corbelled bargeboarded 3-light

dormer. Right bay mullioned and transomed windows, 4-light

ground, 3-light 2nd floor with bracketted and brattished

fish-scale slate awning. Pointed hood-moulded light over

within steep cusped elaborately bargeboarded gable.

W elevation right bay similar to S elevation but with

half-piended gable. Half piended and gabled porch with

wooden traceried pointed arched door. Cross window to left

and 3-light half-piended dormer.

E elevation: ground-floor advanced 4-light bay, 3-light window

over with cusped frieze balcony, cross and 3-light mullioned

and transomed windows to right. Short colonettes carry 2

3-light dormers with incised roundels and half-piended

bargeboarded roofs. 1-storey E wing has quatrefoil parapet to

Seymour Street.

Rear: plainer 1 and 2 storey wings. 3-light stair window.

Steep decoratively banded slate roofs with cusped overhanging

eaves, wrought-iron finials and tall corbelled stacks.

INTERIOR: good plasterwork in most rooms. Neat stained

glass panels in reception. Plainer glass to stair, cast-iron

bannisters. Coving and blind arcade to cupola in pavilion

roof. Some later partitions.

Rubble-built boundary walls and ashlar piers. Ornate gothic

cast-iron railings to Seymour Street only.

Statement of Special Interest

Listing excludes portacabins and other additions at rear.

References

Bibliography

McKean and Walker (1984), p.78. NMRS AND 659 (For H McGrady).

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