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44 CANDLEMAKER ROWLB47848

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Group Category Details
100000020 - see notes
Date Added
29/03/2001
Local Authority
Edinburgh
Planning Authority
Edinburgh
Burgh
Edinburgh
NGR
NT 25667 73310
Coordinates
325667, 673310

Description

Early 18th century, front reconstructed circa 1900. 2-storey and attic shop/restaurant. Front elevation painted; random rubble to rear. 2-leaf timber panelled door with small-pane glazed fanlight to centre; flanking windows have small-pane glazing above, plate glass below. Cornice with bolection moulding to ground floor. Wide canted window to 1st floor. Long dormer (circa 1900) to attic. Single storey to rear.

Stone skews. Grey slates. Corniced rubble ridge stack with circular cans.

Statement of Special Interest

B group comprises Nos 1-5 Forrest Road, 1-3 Greyfriars Place, 4-6 Greyfriars Place, 30-34 Candlemaker Row (Greyfriars Bobby's Bar, 36-42 Candlemaker Row (including Candlemaker Hall), 44 Candlemaker Row, 46-48 Candlemaker Row, 50-54 Candlemaker Row, 56 and 56A Candlemaker Row and 60-64 Candlemaker Row. Rear elevations of group form eastern boundary of Greyfriars churchyard, setting for an important group of mural monuments. Although several of the elevations to Candlemaker Row (including No 44) show signs of considerable later rebuilding, the random rubble rear elevations, while not unaltered, have a fairly homogenous early 18th century vernacular appearance.

References

Bibliography

Appears on Edgar's 1742 map of Edinburgh. Gifford, McWilliam and Walker EDINBURGH (1984) p222.

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