Listed Building

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Address/Name of Site


Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Planning Authority
NT 23046 71008
323046, 671008


Alfred Greig, 1899-1905. Terrace of 10, 2-storey, 2-bay houses; single storey outbuildings to rear; coursed and squared rubble with cream sandstone dressings; rounded reveals.

NW (COLINTON ROAD) ELEVATION: every 2 houses mirrored, elevation comprised of panelled entrance doors to centre bays with deep corniced and consoled timber canopy and narrow leaded sidelights; single window at 1st floor; 2-storey canted window of ashlar to outer bays with cornice and blocking course.

NE AND SW ELEVATIONS: gable with apex chimney to front elevation; 2 single windows to rear elevation.

SE (REAR) ELEVATION: single storey paired outbuildings with rear door in return; single windows to each bay and floor; 2 with French doors at ground floor. Timber sash and case windows; 6-pane upper sashes and plate glass lower sashes to front and sides; 12-pane windows to rear; steep green slate roof to front, slate roof at right angle to rear of end terrace, flat-roofed rear bays in centre of terrace; red ridge riles; mutual and apex stacks (see above); skew blocks; moulded eaves gutter. INTERIOR: not seen 1992.

Low rubble boundary wall to front; decorative cast-iron gates.

Statement of Special Interest

R P Monteith, the builder, applied for an extension of the original warrant in September 1902, when four houses were already erected and occupied and two were in the course of being erected. The terrace is a later variant of the Wardrop, Anderson & Browne designs on the Braid Estate, Edinburgh. They have survived complete with their original details, particularly the glazing.



Dean of Guild 28/9/1899.

About Listed Buildings

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