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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- East Lothian
- Planning Authority
- East Lothian
- North Berwick
- NT 55060 85286
- 355060, 685286
Probably bank managers house in Tudor style. House to W circa 1840 in L-plan, with rectangular adjoining block to E, of later 19th century. Single storey with attic breaking eaves and basement at rear. Stugged ashlar with plain dressings. Squared rubble rear. Consistent details to chamfered window arrises. Gabletted skews and skewputts variety of glazing patterns, small-pane and plate glass, to sash and case windows. Slate roofs.
NO 10: S ELEVATION: 4-bay. 2 dormers breaking eaves at centre. 3-light canted windows at ground, off-centre to right; 4-centred doorway and fanlight to left; panelled door. Ground floor window in outer right bay.
N ELEVATION: irregular openings and alterations. Mansarded roof.
NO 12: S ELEVATION: 2 recessed bays to left with advanced, gabled porch in re-entrant angle, 4-centred arched head and fanlight over panelled door. Remaining pedestal of former finial. Plain shield panel over door. Tripartite in outer bay, altered to doorway 1983. 2 gabled dormers breaking eaves; obelisk finial to left dormer-head. Advanced gable with canted 3-light bay at ground and pierced Jacobean balustrade. Single light above. Blind slit in gable head. Flat roofed single storey extension to W, 1983, absorbing section of former boundary wall at N.
N ELEVATION: gabled outer bays. Canted bay to basement and ground floor in outer right bay with decorative wrought-iron balustrade.
3 linked diamond stacks at W gable.
BOUNDARY WALLS: low parapet wall by street and dividing gardens. Rubble boundary walls to N, E and W.
Statement of Special Interest
Later block almost certainly served as Manager's house, adjoining bank.
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