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DUNPHAIL MAINS FARMHOUSE AND FORMER CARTSHED/GRANNARY (Ref:2172)

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

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NJ 009 482.

Description

Style of William Playfair, circa 1830. Irregular single and

2-storey Italianate farmhouse. Harl pointed rubble, tooled

ashlar dressings. Square 2-storey, single bay block with

paired round-headed windows in each face, the upper

fenestration linked by continuous cill band/string course;

shallow slated pyramidal roof with deep bracketted eaves.

Entrance in single storey range within square-headed recess.

Varied glazing; end and wallhead stacks; slate roofs with

bracketted eaves.

FORMER CARTSHED/GRANARY: single storey and loft, S facing 3-

bay elevation linked to house by short screen-wall. Rubble,

tooled ashlar dressings and margins. 3 tall round-headed cart

bays, some now infilled; regular paired round-headed loft

windows close under projecting eaves. Coped end stack at E

with unusual panelled detailing to base; bellcote at W; slate

roof.

Notes

Unusual farm architectural composition. The front of the cartshed/granary is now masked by high modern silos but the original frontage is intact. Modern cattle courts to rear and W not included in listing.

References

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