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ALTYRE, WEST LODGE AND GATES WITH GATEPIERS (Ref:15580)

This building is in the Moray Council and the Rafford Parish. It is a category B building and was listed on 25/04/1989.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NJ 020 545.

Description

Earlier 19th century. Single storey, S facing gate lodge with 3-bay frontage to driveway. Harled, ashlar margins, contrasting painted ashlar dressings. Centre hoodmoulded pointed-headed doorway under projecting semi-circular canopy swept from roof supported by pair of octagonal columns with flared facetted capitals. Flanking hoodmoulded 3-light windows with pointed-headed lights and Y-tracery glazing to upper sash. 2-bay W elevation includes later additional bay, each fronted by projecting canted window with metal horizontal glazing. Centre pair diagonally set ridge coped ashlar stacks; piended slate roof with projecting eaves. Modern flat roofed extension at NE. GATES: probably circa 1900. Ornate pair wrought-iron (reused) carriage gates with shaped and intricately decorated upper part, hung on pair of simple circa 1950 square harled gatepiers.

Notes

Gates similar to the pair at Manachie Lodge brought from Gordonstoun to Altyre circa 1950 (Gordonstoun previously belonged to the Gordon Cumming family). They are of good quality workmanship and design; they either date from the 18th century (extensions and alterations of mansion house) or, more likely, from the early 20th century, reproducing 18th century design, and installed during the time of Sir William and Lady (Florence) Gordon Cumming, who carried out much new building at Gordonstoun as at Altyre.

References

Information by courtesy Altyre Estate.

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