Listed Building

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Address/Name of Site


Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Planning Authority
NS 57611 66240
257611, 666240


John Baird I, architect; 1849-51. Classical symmetrical terrace of 3-bay houses; 3-storey with attics and basement. Ashlar, mostly painted or stonecleaned, channelled at ground, stugged at basement. Channelled flat voussoirs over all ground floor openings. Paired flights of steps oversailing basement to tall depressed arch doorpieces with deeply recessed doors. Full-height canted bay-windows, intermittently with pilastered mullions. Ground floor windows mostly

tripartite; 1st floor windows with ramped and lugged architraves; 2nd floor windows with recessed margins.

Sash windows, mostly plate-glass glazing. Continuous band courses between floors at cill level on 1st floor. Main cornice, blocking course. Axial stacks, slate roofs. Good cast-iron railings with winged figures to basement area and steps. Decorative cast-iron balconies to 1st floor supported on stone consoles and cast-iron brackets, mostly now removed. Flank to Lynedoch Place; 3-bay elevation; recessed inner bay, canted full-height window with heavy mutule cornice and plain parapet.

Flank to Park Street South: advanced 3-bay central block; 1st floor windows consoled; ground floor canted bay windows. No 1 broadly similar to main terrace, but with corniced shallow doorpiece and single ground floor windows. No 3 doorpiece with engaged column reveals. Nos 13 and 14 altered and extended by James Salmon Jnr c. 1900; No 14 with 1st floor painted tile fireplace with marble surround and much Salmon woodwork.

Billiard room to rear and basement library (now restaurant) with Salmon interior and coloured leaded glass. Otherwise, interiors with good ceiling and cornice plasterwork, good cast-iron stair balusters.

Statement of Special Interest

Part of Woodlands Hill A Group.



Gomme and Walker 1968 p.249, 298. Academy Architecture 1904.

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