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This building is in the Moray Council and the Edinkillie Parish. It is a category A building and was listed on 26/01/1971.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NJ 2048 4655.


John Paterson, Edinburgh, 1823. S facing 2-storey, butterfly

plan house with single storey outer wings. Harled with tooled

ashlar margins. 2-storey demi-octagonal centre bay projects

S (drawing room) and N (porch with side entrance), flanked

either side by 2-bays with further single bay end wings

returning to make shallow rear court.

Regular fenestration with slightly shorter 1st floor windows,

and centre 1st floor window in rear. 12-pane glazing

throughout; paired coped ridge stacks and coped end stacks;

shallow piended slate roof with projecting eaves.

INTERIOR: circular entrance hall leading to round drawing

room with beaded panelled window shutters and curved beaded

panelled door.

Similar beaded window shutters and beaded doors (curved again

in 1st floor round centre bedroom) throughout house.

Staircase at W side of house with cast-iron balusters with

palmette detailing and curved wooden handrail.

Kitchen in E single storey wing.


Original design included rustic verandah linking outer wings with centre porch. Former manse walled garden now the site of Edinkillie House caretaker's bungalow. Manse steading demolished circa 1975. Upgraded B to A 9.11.87


NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT xiii (1842), p. 192. National Monument Record of Scotland

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