Listed Building

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Address/Name of Site

27-35 (INCLUSIVE NOS) DRUMMOND STREETLB28672

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
29/04/1977
Local Authority
Edinburgh
Planning Authority
Edinburgh
Burgh
Edinburgh
NGR
NT 26147 73365
Coordinates
326147, 673365

Description

Circa 1800. Pair of near-identical 4-storey and basement, 7-bay traditional tenement blocks, each with two main door dwellings flanking door to upper tenements, all with steps over-sailing basement. Polished ashlar. Channeled rustication to ground floor at No 32-35. Band courses between ground and 1st floor and 3rd and 4th floor; cill courses to 1st and 2nd floors. Central stair windows are blind. Some cast-iron balconies to 4th floor windows.

12-paned glazing to timber sash and case windows. Slate roof. End stacks. Coped skews and skewputs. Clay cans. Cast-iron rainwater goods.

Statement of Special Interest

Constructed around 1800, Nos 27-35 Drummond Street are a pair of refined and little-altered externally examples of unified, symmetrically composed, Classical tenement blocks, characterised by their regular fenestration and over-sailing steps. The feus for the land occupied by Nos 27-35 Drummond Street were sold by Francis Braidwood from around 1800.

27-31 Drummond Street (HBNUM 28672) previously listed separately was merged with Nos 32-35 Drummond Street (Formerly HBNUM 28673). List description updated at re-survey (2007/08).

References

Bibliography

John Gifford et al, Buildings of Scotland - Edinburgh, (1991) p247. Charles McKean, Edinburgh - An Illustrated Architectural Guide (1992) p46. Dictionary of Scottish Architects, www.scottisharchitects.org.uk (accessed 10.05.2007)

About Listed Buildings

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