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Listed Building

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GARVALD, MAIN STREET, WHITELAWS WITH RETAINING WALLSLB7339

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: B
  • Date Added: 02/05/1990

Location

  • Local Authority: East Lothian
  • Planning Authority: East Lothian
  • Parish: Garvald And Bara

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NT 58911 70843
  • Coordinates: 358911, 670843

Description

Circa 1840. 2-storey, 3-bay house. Stugged, squared and

snecked sandstone with raised, droved ashlar dressings and

eaves course; rubble at rear and sides. Sited prominently on

bend of Main Street.

W ELEVATION: gabled porch advanced at centre, with round

arched doorway, 2-leaf panelled doors and decorative

fanlight; slate roof. Windows flanking and to each bay at 1st

floor.

S ELEVATION: canted bay added at ground at centre, with stone

roof; remaining walls blank.

E ELEVATION: single storey piend roof projection, probably

added shortly after, to centre and right bays, with jarring

window enlargement. Widely spaced 1st floor windows in outer

bays.

N ELEVATION: former service court covered as garage; blank

1st floor bays.

12-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows.

Shouldered, ashlar coped wallhead stacks; slated piend roof

with lead flashings.

RETAINING WALLS: ashlar coped rubble parapet wall to W front,

and rubble garden walls.

Statement of Special Interest

Earlier 20th century, timber summerhouse in garden. Allegedly

built by a Mr Whitelaw, in whose family the house remained

until 1960s, on a lease and hence the name.

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Listed Buildings

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We list buildings of special architectural or historic interest using the criteria published in the Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement.

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