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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 22/02/1988.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NY 6342 9440.


Alexander Stevens, circa 1786. 2-storey stable block built

against slope and arranged in L-plan around S and W sides of

cobbled courtyard, latter at basement level. Coursely-droved

red ashlar with polished margins: square-headed openings,

small-paned sash windows; 1st floor openings mostly square.

S elevation in 3 + 2-bay arrangement with stabling

(substantial cast-iron Doric columns to stall bays supporting

upper floor); depressed-arched carriage house to right

converted in 19th century (?by William Burn, 1834), carriage

openings now windows (dovecot flight-holes in one upper

window); lean-to at right with wide outer pilaster strip. W

range has inserted garage opening, central part with doors

and windows to each floor in 3-bay arrangement; full-length

lean-to addition to courtyard with 4 large garage doors.

Corniced stacks; all roofs covered with graded slates.


The cast-iron columns - if original - are unusual for this date. The original carriage house may have been blocked as part of Burn's operations at Raehills.


Shown on RHP 10052 in SRO which is dated 1788.

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