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Latitude: 56.0458 / 56°2'44"N
Longitude: -2.7821 / 2°46'55"W
OS Eastings: 351374
OS Northings: 683937
OS Grid: NT513839
Mapcode National: GBR 2R.R4WY
Mapcode Global: WH7TK.79FJ
Entry Name: Dirleton Village, Manse Road, Swiss Cottage
Listing Date: 7 December 1988
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 331875
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB1344
Building Class: Cultural
County: East Lothian
Electoral Ward: North Berwick Coastal
Traditional County: East Lothian
Earlier to mid-19th century. 2-storey house with single
storey rear projection. Red squared and snecked rubble
with ashlar dressings, chamfered at openings.
S ELEVATION: forestair with gablet coped, arcaded
balustrade and polygonal, pyramid coped columns at foot.
Bracketted timber porch with decorative pendant barge
boarding and slated roof. Lattice section to E of porch.
Arched slit below on forestair, 4-centred arched floor
under stair to E, with panelled door. Gabled bay
flanking doorway to left with 2 small windows. Blank
outer bay to right. Single storey projection to left with
2 segmentally arched windows breaking eaves in gabled
N ELEVATION: advanced gabled bay to right with raised,
battered stack. Recessed bay to left with lower eaves
level and similar raised stack.
E ELEVATION: tripartite openings at centre of gabled
elevation, shallow canted ashlar oriel on decorative
console supports at 1st floor with overhanging stone
INTERIOR: originally 2 cottages, one above and one below,
Variety of glazing patterns, plate glass sash and case to
main windows. Grey slates. Deeply overhanging eaves
with timber brackets to E gable. Diamond stacks to N.
Gablet coping to skews with ball finials to apeces and
"Swiss" only through its eaves. Probably an earlier 19th
century cottage added to and altered later. Detail common
to Dirleton in the form of gablet skews, evidence in Old
Manse to N and Castle Inn to S. Similar to design in
London's "COTTAGE, FARM AND VILLA ARCHITECTURE", 1842, by
E B Lamb "A Villa in the Swiss Style" p 1195).
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