Listed Building

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DEAN'S COURT, NORTH STREET (INCLUDING WALLS OF COURTYARD AND OF GARDEN TO NORTH STREET.)LB40756

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
28/04/1959
Local Authority
Fife
Planning Authority
Fife
Burgh
St Andrews
NGR
NO 51290 16723
Coordinates
351290, 716723

Description

Archdeacon's Manse, probably early 16th century, reconstructed by

Sir George Douglas. 2-storey, vaulted full basement and attic L-plan, rubble-built and crowstepped; screen wall with wrought-iron gate in footgate archway (Reginald Fairlie 1933) with arms of Sir George Douglas over, and larger (altered) archway; draw-well in court; 2-panelled rooms within. Renovated in 1951; E and W gables downtaken 1975 and re-built in original form.

Statement of Special Interest

For group with Cathedral, Pends, etc.

References

Bibliography

Inv 467 Nuttgens, Fairlie p50. Kirk, St Andrews (il). Old St Andrews p.43.

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