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107 HIGH STREETLB38740

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
26/05/1988
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Burgh
North Berwick
NGR
NT 55143 85235
Coordinates
355143, 685235

Description

J W Hardie 1899, 4-bay, 3-storey public house and tenement with 3rd breaking eaves. Squared, coursed rubble; ashlar dressings. Brick at rear. String course above ground floor; simple eaves cornice.

N (STREET) ELEVATION: 2 full-height canted bays in 2nd and 4th bays from left, corbelled to square and gabled at 2nd floor. Doors with large plate glass fanlights in recessed bays, window converted to door at right. Pediment over left panelled door. Oval oculi in recessed bays at 2nd floor. Scrolled skewputts to gables of canted bays.

S (REAR) ELEVATION: projecting stair block at E with extensive single storey flat-roofed additions to S.

Small-pane glazing to upper panels of sash and case windows. Public house windows at ground floor. Slated mansard roof with coped gables at E and W with curved skewputts. Gable stacks.

Statement of Special Interest

Commissioned by Mrs Henderson. Decorative iron trade sign bracket at front. Corbelled gable heads to canted bays recall work of J B Dunn and G Washington Browne.

References

Bibliography

North Berwick Dean of Guild plans.

About Listed Buildings

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