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KNOCKNALLING STABLEYARDLB9718

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Group Category Details
100000020 - See Notes
Date Added
23/04/1990
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Kells
NGR
NX 59700 84845
Coordinates
259700, 584845

Description

19th century group of farm buildings forming opposite sides

of rectangular courtyard to N of Knocknalling House.

S RANGE: probably earlier to mid 19th-century single-storey

much altered rubble-built range. To left, taller

single-storey with square headed dormers to attic, former

coach house range with cart-entrances partly blocked, partly

with tripartite small-pane windows.

N RANGE: later 19th-century 2-storey preserving its original

character. Rubble walling, granite rusticated quoins,

bull-faced granite jambs. 5 vehicle entrances to ground. 1st

floor windows all 4-pane sash and case with ball-finialled

triangular pedimented dormer heads. To E end tall 4-stage

square tower. Pointed arch entrance, bipartite windows to

2nd. Clockface to 3rd: tall blind top stage corbelled out

with pyramid slate roof. Slate roofs throughout, axial stack

with individual granite flues.

Pair of ball-finialled gatepiers at E entrance to courtyard.

Statement of Special Interest

B group with Knocknalling Barn and Knocknalling House.

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