HOLM HOUSE (Ref:3311)
This building is in the Dumfries And Galloway Council and the
It is a category B building and was listed on 04/11/1971.
Group Items: See Notes,
Group Cat: B,
Map Ref: NX 646 793.
Early 19th century. Single-storey and attic symmetrical
H-plan block formerly rear service wing attached at S to
U-plan 2-storey house demolished circa 1970.
Squared pinned rubble walling, polished quoins, hoodmoulds to
all openings, architraves to N. S elevation formerly abutted
main house, now has somewhat truncated appearance; walling of
modern roughcast, windows with smooth raised margins. Modern
N ELEVATION: symmetrical 5-bay with advanced scrolled Dutch
gabled end bays. Centrally placed canted window with
lying-pane glazing and French doors to centre; gabled
W and E wings both 5-bay; that to E with central wide
double-leaf timber doors and round-headed tunnel dormer
above, with tripartite light (circa 1970). Original dormers
with timber barge-boarded gables now removed and some
replaced by skylights.
Sash and case windows with 12 or 4-pane glazing. Eaves
cornice, deep coped parapet (to all but S elevation).
Finely detailed curvilinear gables to N with urn finials on
pedestals flanking and at apex of gables. S elevation plain
gables with similarly placed urns. Tall corniced axial stacks
(to centre wallhead at S) with prominent barley-sugar twist
cans in groups of 3. Slate roofs.
B group with Holm Lodge and gatepiers.
Information and photographs of original house from A C
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