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- Category: B
- Date Added: 07/03/1984
- Local Authority: Highland
- Planning Authority: Highland
- Parish: Clyne
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NC 89355 3360
- Coordinates: 289355, 903360
Dated 1821. Single storey and attic symmetrical wide 3-bay
house; H-plan. Coursed, dressed rubble, painted tooled
ashlar margins. Slightly recessed centre bay with corniced
entrance, double leaf door, lattice-pane fanlight and
date stone above. Wide flanking bays, simply pedimented
with centre attic windows, shorter but as wide as those
below. Paired ground floor windows in east and west
elevations, extra window off-centre in west elevation; rear
gable pedimented with attic window as in front. Rear court now
partially filled by similarly detailed later single storey
and attic wing 12-pane glazing; paired corniced ridge
stacks; slate roof.
Statement of Special Interest
Date-stone with joint Sutherland/Stafford arms.
James Loch, AN ACCOUNT OF THE IMPROVEMENTS ON THE ESTATES OF LORD STAFFORD (1820) pp.27-28. Plans and illustration.
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