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This building is in the Dumfries And Galloway Council and the Holywood Parish. It is a category B building and was listed on 26/06/1986.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NX 9297 8010.


Earlier 19th century. 2-storey, 3-bay farmhouse with steading

to north and cottage to east. All rubble-built with ashlar

dressings (house is whitewashed). HOUSE: central, later

gabled porch to south elevation, 4-pane sash windows,

eaves/lintel band, piended roof with 2 symmetrical ridge

stacks. STEADING: single storey with lofts; several roof

levels. 4 ranges built around quadrangular courtyard (entered

from east) and incorporating farm house in south east angle;

additional long range to east separated by driveway: latter

block and courtyard east range opposite, both have

segmental-arched cartways and lofts - the free standing range

has tall segmentally-arched barn door and square loft

openings in taller north section. Plain elevations to


COTTAGE: single storey, identical 3-bay north and south

elevations with central door, sash windows in outer bays

(12-pane glazing pattern retained at north); whitewashed

rubble with painted margins; straight skews; end stacks.

Most roofs covered with graded slates.


Possibly by Walter Newall, circa 1830.


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