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CLYNEKIRKTON BALRANALD (FORMER CLYNE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND MANSE) WALLED GARDEN AND GATE PIERS (Ref:575)

This building is in the Highland Council and the Clyne Parish. It is a category B building and was listed on 20/12/1979.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NC 894 059.

Description

House; circa 1775, original 2-storey house with earlier 19th century 2-storey L-plan range added to south elevation, providing a new 5-bay main front. All harled, tooled ashlar margins and dressings. Advanced and gabled left (west) 2 bays; corniced entrance in 1st recessed bay. Rear (original house) has 2 ground and 2 1st floor symmetrical windows in east gable. 12-pane glazing; coped and panelled end stacks; slate roof. Single storey, 3-bay service cottage at west gable, with centre door and later gabled dormer in NW; slate roof. Walled garden; coped, pinned rubble semi-circular walled garden; 3 bee boles with ashlar lintels and jambs in south face of north wall. Gate piers; pair square ashlar gate piers with pyramidal caps.

Notes

Manse built about same time as church (1775) and by 1840 "has also received an addition and is now a handsome and commodious residence."

References

NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT (1840) p.161

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