BURRANCE HOUSE AND STEADING (Ref:10375)
This building is in the Dumfries And Galloway Council and the
Kirkmichael (Dumf & Galloway) Parish.
It is a category B building and was listed on 03/08/1971.
Group Items: N/A,
Group Cat: N/A,
Map Ref: NY 4460 9031.
1823 (dated) 2-storey 3-bay house built against earlier
house, doubling its thickness; set at south corner of
steading courtyard, latter built 1827 C. Halliday and
R Carruthers, contractors now altered. Whin rubble, red
ashlar dressings, some margins painted; windows mostly
12-pane sashes. South west front of house has central
panelled door and decorative fanlight in pilastered
doorcase, eaves/lintel band, symmetrically placed stacks and
Steading: 1 or 2 storeys/lofts; courtyard entered beside
house (screen walls, square gatepiers); L-plan range (part
domestic) adjoining rear of house has long south west
elevation with gabled wall head dormers, louvered square
ventilator to courtyard; garage doors inserted in gable of
return; barn at north with segmental-arched barn door
to courtyard. Single storey L-plan range to north east
(included for group value) also part domestic with
segmental-arched cartway to court now a window; south east
elevation with drainpipe ventilators and trellis. All
roofed with graded slates.
Possibly by Walter Newall.
SRO SC 15/65/3 pp.90 and 94 (ref to steading).
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