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MOSSKNOWE HOUSELB9799

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: A
  • Date Added: 03/08/1971

Location

  • Local Authority: Dumfries And Galloway
  • Planning Authority: Dumfries And Galloway
  • Parish: Kirkpatrick-Fleming

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NY 28103 69766
  • Coordinates: 328103, 569766

Description

William Craik of Arbigland, architect. Dated 1767. Medium

scale Palladian mansion. Unusual composition, with pedimented

tall narrow 2-storey and attic, 3-bay centre range, piended

2-storey pavilions on same plane, recessed linking bays; all

on semi-raised basement. Stugged ashlar at N (remainder

squared rubble), contrasting polished dressings; painted

doorway; architraved/margined windows (some altered) with

bracketted cills; sash windows, mostly with 12-pane glazing

pattern. N and S elevations similar, the former more

elaborately detailed, wide band over ground floor continued

as cill band at pavilions, N front with balustraded linking

bays, centre range 1st floor windows with balustraded aprons;

steps lead to glazed and architraved door with pulvinated

frieze and cornice. Continuous base course, eaves bands and

main cornices; inner range with round-headed attic lights to

tympana acorn finials and weathervane to N, parapet over

centre range flanks, 2 axial stacks; pavilion angles furthest

from centre are quoined, stacks over opposite flank wallheads

have grouped octagonal flues. Parallel low courtyard ranges

to W and screen wall with gatepiers.

S (garden) front defaced by circa 1840 canted near centre

ground floor window, adapted French window alongside with

steps to garden.

Statement of Special Interest

Upgraded B to A 30.9.87.

References

Bibliography

Craik's correspondence held in house.

About Designations

Listed Buildings

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