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Latitude: 57.4026 / 57°24'9"N
Longitude: -3.4513 / 3°27'4"W
OS Eastings: 312891
OS Northings: 835621
OS Grid: NJ128356
Mapcode National: GBR K9V4.V2C
Mapcode Global: WH5JC.Y6PF
Plus Code: 9C9RCG3X+2F
Entry Name: Tulchan Lodge
Listing Name: Advie, Tulchan Lodge
Listing Date: 18 August 1986
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 330586
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB346
Building Class: Cultural
Location: Cromdale, Inverallan and Advie
Electoral Ward: Badenoch and Strathspey
Parish: Cromdale, Inverallan And Advie
Traditional County: Morayshire
Maitland and Sons, Tain, 1905-7. Asymmetrical 2-storey
shooting lodge. Bullfaced rubble, tooled ashlar dressings.
Entrance in S front in advanced square 3-storey tower with
corbelled and crenellated wallhead with similarly detailed
caphouse and angle stair turret. Simple recessed entrance
door with McCorquodale coat of arms above. Gabled bays flank
entrance, some as canted bay windows rising full height
right with swept corbelling below gable and with angled
alignment SW. East elevation also gabled, but plainer and
housing service area at NE. French windows in dining room E
gable; single and 2-pane glazing; coped and string-coursed
ridge and end stacks, the latter was slightly projecting and
corbelled gable flues; carved guilloche moulding to front
bargeboards; slate roofs.
Interior; oak panelled entrance stairhall; slender turned
balusters to stair case and 21st floor landing; portion of
hall abutting staircase partially screened by basket arched
arcade supported by fluted wooden pilasters with Ionic
capitals; moulded chimneypiece supported by engaged columns,
carved overmantel. Drawing room; simple ceiling cornice;
ornate Renaissance revival carved chimneypiece.
Dining room; decorative ceiling cornice; carved chimneypiece.
Library; panelled library with some reused panelling;
moulded plaster ceiling; moulded wooden chimneypiece
supported by substantial turned balusters.
Built for Mr and Mrs McCorquodale of Dalcroy and sometimes
referred to as Dalcroy Lodge. Commanding site on rise
overlooking River Spey. Stable and garage range to E of house
not included in listing.