Listed Building

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NIDDRIE MARISCHAL HOUSE TOMBHOUSE NIDDRIE MARISCHAL TERRACELB28103

Status: Designated

Documents

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
14/12/1970
Supplementary Information Updated
18/09/2017
Local Authority
Edinburgh
Planning Authority
Edinburgh
Burgh
Edinburgh
NGR
NT 30072 71432
Coordinates
330072, 671432

Description

18th century. Vaulted tomb-house adjoining western extension

of mansion (now demolished). Pedimented facade with quoin

ends, rusticated centre arch flanked by niches.

Statement of Special Interest

Built on site of chapel founded 1502 and dedicated to Blessed Virgin, 16th century fragments incorporated

References

Bibliography

Inv 153;

(Midlothian);

C & D Arch II p.62

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Images

Deatail of entrance to Niddrie Marischal House Tombhouse, looking east-northeast, on a clear day.
Niddrie Marischal House Tombhouse, looking northeast, during daytime, on a clear day.

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