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LOGIE HOUSE (Ref:2191)

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

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NJ 006 508.

Description

Mid-later 18th century mansion, with substantial mid 19th

century additions, further alterations and additions in

1970's and 80's. White harled Scottish Baronial mansion with

tooled ashlar margins and dressings. Mainly 2 and 3 storeys,

with long elevations E and W, site sloping steeply to W. Off-

centre entrance in E fronted by porte-cochere (dated 1925).

Double gabled S return elevation with 2 canted windows rising

from raised basement to raised ground floor (lighting drawing

and morning rooms). Large tripartite and bipartite windows

in W garden front.

Angle bartizans at SW and NE; continuous string course links

cills of 1st floor windows in W elevation, all breaking

wallhead under gablets.

Multi-pane glazing; coped and margined ridge and wallhead

stacks; crowstepped gables; slate roofs.

INTERIOR: mid-19th century wooden staircase with barley-sugar

twist balusters; some plaster decoration to stairwell

ceiling.

Panelled library with modillion cornice.

Panelled dining room with corniced overdoors, dado, fluted

Ionic plasters and carved chimneypiece with flanking engaged

fluted Ionic coluns.

Notes

Originally the property of Cummings of Logie.

References

Lachlan Shaw, THE HISTORY OF THE PROVINCE OF MORAY, (1st ed 1775), p. 132. W Leslie, REVIEW OF AGRICULTURE OF COUNTIES OF NAIRN AND MORAY (1813), p. 54. NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT xiii (1842), p. 186. J and W Watson, MORAYSHIRE DESCRIBED (1868), pp. 106-7.

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