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BERRYLEY FARMHOUSE AND STEADING (Ref:2159)

This building is in the Moray Council and the Edinkillie Parish. It is a category C building and was listed on 09/11/1987.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NH 999 561.

Description

Circa 1800 with later additions and alterations. S facing

farmhouse with steading range extending rear, roughly square

on plan, the gable ends of which flank S front of dwelling,

forming regular frontage. Harl pointed rubble, tooled ashlar

dressings.

FARMHOUSE: single storey and attic, 3-bay with single storey,

single bay flanking wings slightly set back with piended

roofs. Centre door; 3 later piended dormers break wallhead;

12-pane glazing; end stacks; slate roof.

STEADING: hollow square range extends to rear, part of circa

1800 build with chamfered margins to openings and local stone

slate roof.

Further earlier 19th century L-plan single storey and loft

range flanks rear with 4 segmental heading cart bays and

forestair. Slate roofs.

3 blocked cart bays in E elevation, one glazed as window

lighting converted office accommodation.

Notes

Steading now converted as Darnaway estate workshops.

References

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