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CRAIGIELANDS, WALLED GARDEN AND GARDENER'S HOUSE AND SEMI-DOMED ALCOVELB9846

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: B
  • Date Added: 22/02/1988

Location

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

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NT 7753 1274
  • Coordinates: 307753, 601274

Description

Late 18th/early 19th century walled garden with 2-storey

gardener's house (? formerly sheds/boiler room/cottages)

incorporated at W end of N wall. All rubble-built with ashlar

dressings.

WALLED GARDEN: High walls enclosing large quadrangular area;

long angle "buttress" walls at angles; wide slapping in S

wall; walls swept upwards at N. Derelict glasshouse range

full length of gardener's house.

HOUSE: Rectangular plan, with end walls slightly advanced

from main (N) elevation (house may be later infill); W wall

is higher and causes roof to slope downwards towards E. N

elevation: openings staggered up slope, but symmetrically

arranged; 2 inner and 2 outer doors (2 blocked) and 2 windows

at ground, 3 1st floor windows, the outer ones enlarged in

late 19th century. Stacks rise above garden wall. Piended

slate roof.

SEMI-DOMED ALCOVE: To S of walled garden, built of red ashlar

and with some rustic stonework nearby.

Statement of Special Interest

House is included because it is physically linked to garden

wall. Remaining sheds and outbuildings near house are

excluded from listing.

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