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- Category: A
- Group Category Details: A
- 27, 28
- Date Added: 22/02/1972
- Local Authority: Moray
- Planning Authority: Moray
- Parish: Inveravon
- National Park: Cairngorms
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NJ 24665 19470
- Coordinates: 324665, 819470
SEMINARY: 1767. 2-storey, irregular W facing 4-bay house with
single storey cottage projecting front right (S) and ruinous
building similarly sited at N forming U-plan court.
Off-centre entrance with plank door furnished with local
wrought-iron handle; flanking buttresses.
Irregular fenestration with varied glazing; ridge and end
stacks; Tomintoul slate roof.
INTERIOR: empty; fielded panelled doors and box beds survive;
stone flagged floors.
COTTAGE: late 18th century, single storey harl pointed rubble
cottage; 3-bay S facing front with centre entrance masked by
later lean-to porch with side entrance. 2-bay extension at E
gable; 4-pane glazing; end stacks; corrugated asbestos roof.
Statement of Special Interest
RC Seminary sited on W of present building in 1717; moved to
present site 1767. Seminary transferred to Aquhorties 1799,
then to Blairs 1829 (both Aberdeenshire). 'College of Scalan'
founded by Bishop James Gordon. Six priests ordained, others
received training. Bishop George Hay consecrated at Scalan
Upgraded B to A 9.11.87
Abbreviated history and plans within former Seminary. Victory
Gaffney, TOMINTOUL, ITS GLENS AND ITS PEOPLE (1970), p. 45.
H Dunnet, INVERA'AN; A STRATHSPEY PARISH (1919), p. 115.
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