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Stuckgowan House, Tarbet

A Category A Listed Building in Arrochar, Argyll and Bute

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Latitude: 56.1892 / 56°11'20"N

Longitude: -4.7008 / 4°42'2"W

OS Eastings: 232499

OS Northings: 702898

OS Grid: NN324028

Mapcode National: GBR 0F.G5XS

Mapcode Global: WH2L5.RPQP

Plus Code: 9C8Q57QX+MM

Entry Name: Stuckgowan House, Tarbet

Listing Name: Stuckgowan House

Listing Date: 14 May 1971

Category: A

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 331299

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB861

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Arrochar

County: Argyll and Bute

Electoral Ward: Lomond North

Parish: Arrochar

Traditional County: Dunbartonshire

Tagged with: Hotel building

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Circa 1820. Single storey and attic Tudor Gothic cottage ornee with lower single storey office wing on falling ground to outer right. Painted rubble with red sandstone margins and dressings; base courses; pilaster quoin strips; hoodmoulds; advanced bracketted eaves; pointed arch windows.

S ELEVATION: 3 bays symmetrically disposed; 4-centre-arched door at centre; moulded surround; glazed vestibule door; flanking full-height bipartite windows; hoodmoulds.

E ELEVATION: 3-bay symmetrical block with lower wing to outer right. Bow at centre, lit by 3, full-height bipartite windows; flanking bays with full-height tripartite windows. Shallow gabled dormers symmetrically disposed, tripartite at centre, flanking bipartite dormers. Lower single storey wing on falling ground to right, 2 window link block, that to right narrower; 2-bay, piend-roofed block slightly advanced to outer right, full-height window to left, bipartite window to right; shallow-gabled bipartite dormers symmetrically disposed.

N ELEVATION: 2 bays symmetrically disposed; ashlar band course dividing floors; bipartite windows at ground, bipartite pointed-arch windows at 1st floor; tall wallhead stack centrally disposed. Flat-roofed, rubble porch in re-entrant angle to left, boarded door with large 2-pane fanlight.

W ELEVATION: rubble, ashlar dressings. 3-bay main block, centre bay slightly recessed, 3 windows that at centre blind; flanking bipartite windows, those to outer right blind. Gabled dormerheads symmetrically disposed over outer flanking bays; rooflights. Single storey over raised basement, 2-bay wing to outer left, blind windows at ground, 1st floor; 12-pane sash and case windows.

Y-tracery timber sash and case Gothick windows. Grey slate piend and platform roof; broad coped ridge stacks; octagonal cans.

INTERIOR: elliptical hall lit by lantern; elliptical gallery with delicate cast-iron balusters; reeded moulding; plain cornices; plain fireplaces.

Statement of Interest

The former kennels and lodge are listed separately.

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