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HIGH STREET MOFFAT HOUSE HOTELLB37928

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
  • Burgh: Moffat

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NT 8370 5369
  • Coordinates: 308370, 605369

Description

John Adam 1761-2, built for the Earl of Hopetoun. Substantial

3 storey, 5 bay house set back from street behind entrance

court enclosed by single-storey quadrant wings culminating in

low 2-storey pavilions. Built of neatly graded coursers with

ashlar dressings. Central entrance with cavetto splayed

reveals engaged Roman Doric columned doorpiece with

ball-finials. All windows in moulded architraves with 12-pane

sashes. Band course above ground floor, eaves course and

cornice. Piended platformed roof with 2 tall banded ashlar

stacks. Dormer to south. Full height semi-circular bows to

outer bays at rear. Pavilions with semi-elliptical carriage

arches (north end infilled and two windows inserted) and

small windows above. Slated roofs little of interest

surviving internally apart from central stair.

Statement of Special Interest

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N.M.R.S.

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