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This building is in the Highland Council and the Inverness Burgh. It is a category B building and was listed on 15/06/1981.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NH 6681 4530.


Circa 1845, Renaissance. Ashlar, channelled ground floor,

3 storeys and attic. 4-bay front to Eastgate, 1st floor

windows architraved with consoled pediments and aprons,

2nd floor windows architraved. Bowed south-west corner with

1st floor window architraved with consoled segmental

pediment, 2nd floor window architraved. 3-bay front to

Inglis Street, right-hand 2 windows advanced with

architraves, consoled pediments and aprons at 1st floor,

other windows architraved. Ground floor altered for bank,

Matthews & Lawrie, 1877, 4 windows between channelled strip

pilasters to Eastgate, wide segmental arched doorpiece

with attached columns and coat of arms carved in tympanum.

Cornice and parapet, raised between scrolls at centre of

Eastgate front, raised as chimney stack at Inglis Street

front. Piended dormers.


Formerly Clydesdale Bank.


Information Courtesy of The Buildings of Scotland Research Unit; ORDNANCE GAZETTEER OF SCOTLAND, ed Francis H Groome (1883).

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