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The legal part of the listing is the address/name of site only. All other information in the record is not statutory.

27 BROADSTONE PARK OAKDENELB35155

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: B
  • Date Added: 17/04/1986

Location

  • Local Authority: Highland
  • Planning Authority: Highland
  • Burgh: Inverness

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NH 67387 45155
  • Coordinates: 267387, 845155

Description

Dated 1888. 2-storey Gothic detailed villa, asymmetrically

planned on prominent corner site. Main elevations red stugged

ashlar with polished yellow dressings. SE elevation with

wide gabled bay at right, projecting square 3-light window

at ground, 2-light window above underpointed head with

initials MR; to left wide canted ground floor window, above

tripartite breaking eaves with blind cusped heads set

into gable; crests in balustrading over ground floor windows.

Porch in SE re-entrant angle, timber with tiled roof and

brattishing (latter with sunflower detail). Dormer head

above. Projecting gabled bay NE similarly detailed to SE.

All gables with cast-iron finials. Slate roof, coped stacks.

Banded gatepiers with truncated pyramidal caps, crenellated

boundary wall.

Statement of Special Interest

Oakdene is the most elaborate of the houses in Broadstone

Park; many of the details are found in the less ambitious

neighbours.

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