Listed Building

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BRANDON STREET 1-16 AND 1-7A EYRE PLACELB28341

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
25/11/1965
Local Authority
Edinburgh
Planning Authority
Edinburgh
Burgh
Edinburgh
NGR
NT 25132 74850
Coordinates
325132, 674850

Description

Robert Brown 1822. Fragment of large incomplete scheme.

Corner block (1 Brandon Street and 1-3a Eyre Place) 3-storey

and basement, details on Eyre Place partly defaced; 5-7a

Eyre Place and 2-9a Brandon Street, 2-storey attics and

basement; 10-16 Brandon Street 4-storey and basement,

symmetrical curved frontage. Ground floor rusticated

throughout.

Statement of Special Interest

James Eyre's estate. Development on the grounds of Canonmills

House which stood in the middle of Eyre Crescent. See also

Huntly Street for another fragment. The remainder of Eyre

Place, Eyre Crescent, Brandon Terrace and Cannon Street

were eventually completed to the original layout but with

mid-Victorian elevations.

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