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DENBIE HOUSELB3469

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: A
  • Date Added: 03/08/1971

Location

  • Local Authority: Dumfries And Galloway
  • Planning Authority: Dumfries And Galloway
  • Parish: Dalton

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NY 11101 72955
  • Coordinates: 311101, 572955

Description

Early 19th century (1706 marriage stone in porch).

Piend-roofed tripartite-plan classical 2-storey, 5-bay

country house; substantial additions late 18th century

doubling house in size. Further mid 19th century rear wing

rendered and lined as ashlar with ashlar dressings and

rustication.

ORIGINAL HOUSE: S elevation: inner 3 bays grouped; lugged bolection-moulded central doorway with steep-pitched pediment

on engaged Doric columns (marriage stone in tympanum);

windows all with rusticated long and short worked dressings,

flat heads and quoins, rustication dies in to reveals;

moulded base course and cornice continued on side elevations;

string at 1st floor cill level; 2-bay flanks with chamfered

window reveals. Sash windows throughout, with 12-pane glazing

pattern. Steep, piended slightly bell-cast slate roof with 2 close-spaced margined and corniced small (?original) ridge

stacks transversely set.

INTERIOR: much original bolection-moulded timber panelling

at ground and at 1st floors with moulded entablatures; stone bolection-moulded fireplaces with timber chimneypieces and

double lugged architraves.

ADDITIONS: at 2 periods now forming roughly L-plan to rear of

house, and undistinguished; single deeply-recessed S-facing

bay sympathetically detailed.

INTERIOR: cantilevered stair belongs to late 18th century

extension.

Statement of Special Interest

Marriage stone with Carruthers crest and initials "IC MC 6th

April 1706". 2 garden urns nearby broken from bases; 2

elaborately carved armorial panels, 1, at least, from

Spedlin's tower.

Design closely related to old Dalton Parish Church.

References

Bibliography

NMRS - copies of survey plans with proposed advanced left

wing.

About Designations

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