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HALLEATHS FORMER STABLES (HOUSES AND SSEB STORES AND WORKSHOPS)LB9971

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: Lochmaben

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NY 9735 82323
  • Coordinates: 309735, 582323

Description

Style of Walter Newall. Dated 1843. Large stables court,

with symmetrical main (S) front. 2 main blocks, viz. large

single storey, U-plan block comprising 3 linked ranges with

main roof carried over both rounded corners on 2 baseless

doric columns tooled to imitate fluting; detached 2-storey

range closing courtyard at S now converted for domestic use

with central pend filled and roof above modified. Roughly

coursed red rubble with polished dressings, shaped skews

run horizontally over deep shaped skewputts. All roofs

covered with graded slates.

CENTRAL BLOCK (now 2 houses): 3 bay S elevation architraved

paired and round-headed windows (the upper blind) in outer

bays; inner-bay shallow advanced and altered (in red

sandstone) with modern square-headed windows, polished

wide pilasters of original pend; dated keystone re-set. Tiny

axial stacks flank central bay, latter with main roof swept

over. Recessed flanking low wings; doors to courtyard.

U-PLAN BLOCK (originally stables; now Electricity Board

stores and workshops): ranges each symmetrically composed, E

and W ranges with wide central segmental archway with

openings recessed behind and 3 flanking windowed bays

(some blind); S-facing gables with parapets blind

round-headed window in shallow advanced and gabled

centres.

Long central range (arranged 3 + 3 + 2 + 3 + 3 bays) mainly

coach houses with square-headed openings, some with timber

doors, some now blocked and partially glazed. Deeply

projecting eaves to courtyard.

Statement of Special Interest

Change of Category B to A 4.10.88.

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