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This building is in the Dumfries And Galloway Council and the Johnstone Parish. It is a category B building and was listed on 03/08/1971.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NY 9907 9123.


Several building phases incorporating 1735 manse; enlarged

1795 and 1809 forming L-plan house with 3-bay S and W

elevations, stair turret in re-entrant angle. 2 storeys.

Coursed rubble with ashlar margins, dressings and rusticated

quoins; all whitewashed. Single storey outbuildings. S

elevation: ground floor openings altered circa 1840 with

enlarged windows, recessed doorway with doric columns in

antis, all hoodmoulded; margined 1st floor windows linked to

eaves band. W elevation has narrow central doorway (modern

doorcase). Sash windows throughout with 12-pane glazing; main

cornice; end and axial stacks; roof gabled at E, otherwise

piended, graded slates throughout. Tall narrow lean-to to

rear may have accommodated a privy: outbuilding adjoins

latter; detached L-plan range of outbuildings to N altered by

James Barbour 1878.

Interior: much altered; fine mid 18th century chimney piece,

said to be re-used from a house in Dumfries, in E ground

floor room. Square ashlar gatepiers to W (also by Barbour,

1878) with pyramidal caps and linked to ashlar-coped garden





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