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- Category: B
- Date Added: 07/03/1984
- Local Authority: Highland
- Planning Authority: Highland
- Parish: Clyne
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NC 90591 4094
- Coordinates: 290591, 904094
Dated 1875. Terrace of 2-storey and attic, 2-bay houses; red
brick with ashlar dressings (some painted). Symmetrical
facade, with paired round-headed and key-stoned entrances,
each with moulded imposts and semi-circular fanlight;
flanking ground floor window; regular 1st floor fenestration;
all windows with bracketted cills and 4-pane glazing (except
no. 1). Single gabletted dormer to each house, faced with
weather boarding and with bipartites. Bracketted eaves
cornice; original rhones and down pipes; substantial end and
ridge brick stacks with dentilled cornices and batteries of
hand thrown cans.
No 1. Modern box slate hung dormer with 2 windows; modern
glazing; modern single storey sun parlour projects from
Front brick retaining wall.
Statement of Special Interest
Date stone in centre of south gable. Brora brick works
established by Marquis of Stafford in
1818 and reopened by third Duke of Sutherland in 1873. Unusual
brick terrace in the Highlands.
John Hume, THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF SCOTLAND, ii, (1977)
Donald Omand (ed.) THE SUTHERLAND Book (1982) p.233.
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