Listed Building

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WAVERLEY ROAD, ST HELEN'SLB37811

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
19/02/1981
Local Authority
Scottish Borders
Planning Authority
Scottish Borders
Burgh
Melrose
NGR
NT 53657 34721
Coordinates
353657, 634721

Description

1806, 3-bay, single storey and basement. South front; centre bay advanced in segmental bow and carried up to form attic storey. Entrance at ground floor, with fanlight and sidelights in centre of Tuscan pilastrade, is approached by steps over part-raised basement. 1st floor attic has centre tripartite window with cast-iron balcony running the width of the bow. Coursed squared rubble with polished ashlar dressings and angle quoins. Piended slated roof with 2 rows of octagonal chmneys (6 on each side) flanking the centre bow. Later rendered 2 storey addition to west. Piended slated roof.

Statement of Special Interest

Built for Isaac Hay.

References

Bibliography

'Melrose 1826' Melrose Historical Association 1978.

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