Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Planning Authority
NH 48491 73661
248491, 873661



Dated 1886. Asymmetrical medium sized gabled 2-storey

shooting lodge; stylised random grey rubble with ribbon

pointing at ground floor; rendered 1st floor, with mock

timber framing and stippled infill; finely tooled contrasting

sandstone dressings. Wide verandah supported by timber

columns enclosed east and south ground floor; entrance

under verandah in projecting porch in east elevation.

Mullioned and transomed windows; shaped and corniced end and

ridge stacks; Welsh slate roof. Interior; original

panelling throughout in ground and first floor; original

chimney pieces, also ground and 1st floor; balustraded

staircase leading from panelled hall to 1st floor landing.

Chimney pieces in recessed alcoves in ground floor drawing

and dining rooms and in master bedroom, 1st floor; in

drawing room with ochre marble surround initialled WS.

Projecting 'Tudor' chimney piece in hall. Some 1st floor

panelling painted white; some window reveals have mirrored

panels; some ground floor panelling, in rear passage and gun

room have inlaid deerhide sections. Ribbed plaster ceilings

in drawing room dining room and master bedroom (1st floor).

Stables: single storey and attic stables, similar materials

as lodge. Stabling for 4 horses, with stalls, and feed shoot

from loft above; saddle room; gighouse (now garage) and attic

room and loft over. Many original fittings.

Game larders; 2 rectangular game larders stand close to

shore; the larger for deer and the smaller for birds. Random

stylised rubble as house; piended slated roofs. Interior;

tiled lined walls; all fittings present.

Statement of Special Interest

Commanding site on western end of Loch Glass. Built by and

for Walter Shoolbred (of firm of Shoolbred, cabinet makers).

All internal panelling made by family firm. Some Shoolbred

furniture in lodge. All materials transported by steamer

from eastern end of Loch Glass.



Duff Hart-Davis MONARCHS OF THE GLEN (1978) pp. 158-161

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Listing is the way that a building or structure of special architectural or historic interest is recognised by law through the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Act 1997.

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

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