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Stables, Rosehaugh House

A Category B Listed Building in Avoch, Highland

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Coordinates

Latitude: 57.5722 / 57°34'20"N

Longitude: -4.2137 / 4°12'49"W

OS Eastings: 267702

OS Northings: 855732

OS Grid: NH677557

Mapcode National: GBR H8ZQ.0L3

Mapcode Global: WH4FX.7XQY

Plus Code: 9C9QHQCP+VG

Entry Name: Stables, Rosehaugh House

Listing Name: Rosehaugh Estate Stables

Listing Date: 25 March 1971

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 330628

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB384

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Avoch

County: Highland

Electoral Ward: Black Isle

Parish: Avoch

Traditional County: Ross-shire

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Description

Large courtyard range of various dates. 1 and 2 storeys;

snecked, dressed red rubble and polished ashlar dressings.

Originally mid 19th century U-plan, re-modelled and extended,

Alexander Ross, 1874. Extensively re-cast in style of William

Flockhart, circa 1900. Of original mid 19th century U-plan

complex east block survives, of rubble with blocked

fenestration. Reconstruction of 1874: north side of square

with short screen walls and rusticated gate piers. West block re-modelled with dormerheads and service courts added.

Circa 1900. English Arts and Crafts. North and west range

rebuilt: gabled 2 storey with prominent battered chimney on

north face, mullioned and bipartite windows. Long south

single storey, 7 bay elevation with off centre advanced 2

storey shaped gable. Eastern 4 bays comprise stables with

crenellation and small mullioned windows; tall, battered

rectangular chimneys. Large squat drum tower SE corner with

conical roof, elaborately carved doorway and flanking window.

Slate roofs. Modern roof over court.

Statement of Interest

Later alterations have similarities of style particularly the

chimneys, with Grays Cottage, the Laundry and other English

Vernacular Revival buildings on the estate, in the style of

William Flockhart. Buildings now in use as estate workshops.

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