Early 19th century. Symmetrical W facing single storey
terrace of 5 3-bay cottages. Rubble, tooled and polished
ashlar dressings. Each dwelling with centre door and flanking
windows, the wider centre cottage slightly advanced, with
further advanced centre door. Each door and window sheltered
by stone canopy; door canopies supported by ashlar pendant
brackets, steeper pitch to window canopies. All windows with lattice-pane casements except later window inserted in
blocked door in 2nd cottage from left (N).
Wide chamfers to door and window openings; all angles also
chamfered with run-off stops at wallhead.
Single rear door to each dwelling, masked at centre by later
timber extension. Coped ridge stacks, 1 original hexagonal
stack survives; piended slate roof.
INTERIOR: simple 2-room plan, each room with bed recess.
We list buildings of special architectural or historic interest and these are selected according to criteria published in the www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/shep-dec2011.pdf, Annex 2, pp74-76.
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