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BANKSIDE HOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS (Ref:16887)

This building is in the Dumfries And Galloway Council and the St Mungo 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 143 757.

Description

1743 pediment tympanum incorporated in circa 1900 porch

probably dates principal range. 2 storeys; originally 3 bays,

L-plan E wing with 4th linking bay also circa 1900 with roof

continued over. Rubble-built and whitewashed with red ashlar

margins. S front rendered as ashlar. Plate glass sash

windows.

ORIGINAL HOUSE: almost square-plan, with 2-bay flanks;

central S-facing panelled door with fanlight in lugged

architrave; square-pillared porch. Eaves/lintel band;

cornice. Piended roof with 2 square corniced and close-spaced

axial stacks. Piended low rear wing. Addition has mostly

mullioned windows, weathervane finial at S.

OUTBUILDINGS: Dated 1743. 3 single storey ranges around

courtyard: whitewashed rubble with red ashlar dressings. N

and W ranges (including stables and cottage) adjoin, former

dated on lintel and S gable-head: detached ?earlier 19th

century E range includes 3-bay cottage.

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