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- Category: A
- Date Added: 15/12/1970
- Supplementary Information Updated: 03/12/1998
- Local Authority: Glasgow
- Planning Authority: Glasgow
- Burgh: Glasgow
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NS 56125 61514
- Coordinates: 256125, 661514
Robert Rowand Anderson, 1895-8 (1897 datestone). Burgh Hall. Scots renaissance, said to be deliberately reproducing details of the Glasgow College, which began demolition several years beforehand. Snecked bull-faced ashlar, polsihed dressings. Strap work pediments, crowstepped gables, square tower with distinctive cupola of the Glasgow College type. Asymmetrical, tall gabled main range orientated E-W, with main gabled W front, tower at N (left) fronting lower square-plan range with L-plan pitched roof. Slated roofs with decorative axial ventilators, single tall prominent stack rises from between roof pitches.
Modern iron railings on low boundary walls, corniced gatepiers, some with pyramidal caps.
Statement of Special Interest
Anderson also worked at Pollock House for Stirling Maxwell.
Change of Category December 1998.
Sir J Stirling Maxwell, SHRINES AND HOMES OF SCOTLAND, p204.
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