Style of James Gillespie Graham, 1816. Single storey
house on raised basement, 4-bay, asymmetrical. Coursed
rubble to basement and flanks; regularly tooled ashlar to
remainder, polished ashlar dressings. Slightly advanced
entrance porch approached by bridge oversailing raised
basement. Rectangular hoodmoulds to door and all front
ground floor windows; Gothic arch moulds to canted bay
window rising full height on E gable.
Bowed bay window also rising full height on N elevation
with bowed piended roof and long windows. Gothic
glazing pattern; shallow piended roof; deep stone
INTERIOR: Gothic rib vaulting to entrance hall; original
front door with Gothic glazing pattern; original Gothic
Rubble garden walls.
Statement of Special Interest
Steeply sloping site. Appears on Wood's Town Map of 1822 as
belonging to Miss Ross. Deeds said to date from 1813.
Osscastle House, Biggar also by Gillespie Graham is almost
identical to Ingleside.
Former Item 217 (1981 Revised List).