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This building is in the Moray Council and the Dyke And Moy Parish. It is a category A building and was listed on 09/11/1987.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NH 9941 5693.


1868. 2-storey, gabled asymmetrical N facing (to driveway)

lodge. Coursed tooled rubble, tooled ashlar dressings.

Advanced and gabled centre 2-storey gabled porch with moulded

basket arched recessed entrance, monogrammed plaque above and

slightly jettied 1st floor; canted window to left of porch;

bipartite and tripartites in ground and 1st floors, some with

stone canopies. Lattice-pane glazing to porch lights; 3- and

6-pane casements elsewhere. Tall coped octagonal ridge and

wallhead stacks in clusters of 3 and 2 respectively.

Decorative bargeboards; slate roofs.

GATEPIERS AND GATES: dated 1868; 4 square polished ashlar

gatepiers, flanking carriage and outer pedestrian entrances.

Each pier chamfered above square base; necked and corniced

caps supporting carved stone Earl's coronet as finial.

Ornate cast- and wrought-iron gates (Frs. Morton, Liverpool)

1 pair double and 2 singles (all similar size) with centre

cartwheel design within decorative frame with gilded



Similar gates at Donibristle, Aberdour, Fife, also erected by Earl of Moray.


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