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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- Planning Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- NX 67725 65731
- 267725, 565731
1840-50. Stable block with 4 single storey ranges grouped
around cobbled courtyard. Ornamental S elevation with central
arched pend. Apart from W end of S range, stables in poor
condition and partially roofless.
Harled rubble walling with granite dressings. 12-bay S
elevation with shallow advanced end bays with blocked
basket-arch cart entrances. Inner 3 bays with recessed arched
niche flanked by windows. Advanced centre bay with
depressed-arch pend. Squat clock tower over pend with small
granite obelisk finials.
3 enclosing ranges rough rubble with many alterations to
Statement of Special Interest
B Group with Laurieston Hall. Similar in design to Danevale
Park Stables, Crossmichael Parish.
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