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Warehouse, Low Shore, Whitehills

A Category B Listed Building in Boyndie, Aberdeenshire

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Latitude: 57.6787 / 57°40'43"N

Longitude: -2.5797 / 2°34'47"W

OS Eastings: 365523

OS Northings: 865578

OS Grid: NJ655655

Mapcode National: GBR M8ZF.JWF

Mapcode Global: WH8LV.B8S7

Plus Code: 9C9VMCHC+F4

Entry Name: Warehouse, Low Shore, Whitehills

Listing Name: Whitehills, Low Shore/ Seafield Street, Seafield Estate Girnal/Warehouse

Listing Date: 22 February 1972

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 334215

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB3205

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Boyndie

County: Aberdeenshire

Electoral Ward: Banff and District

Parish: Boyndie

Traditional County: Banffshire

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Late 18th/early 19 century. 4-storey, 5-bay store built
against side of slope and expressed as 3 storeys to
Seafield Street (SE elevation). Rubble, tooled rubble
dressings. 3 wide doorways in ground floor, the widest in
centre, with alternate windows (4) opening to Low Shore.
1st, 2nd and 3rd fenestration as 3 closely grouped centre
bays and outer windows close to angles. 2-bay
return gables.
Seafield Street elevation with centre ground floor entrance
(as 1st floor to Low Shore) oversailed by forestair
serving centre 1st floor entrance. Blocked 1st floor doorway
(as window) in outer left bay; 5 loft windows grouped
as Low Shore elevation.
Some louvring survives in windows. Piended slate roof. INTERIOR:
said to have 2 staircases. Empty and in poor condition.

Statement of Interest

Imposing girnal. The entire parish of Boyndie belonged to

the Earls of Seafield; the storehouse probably used for

storage of goods, particularly grain, for export and

realisation into cash; also for goods imported into

Banffshire by sea, the normal method of transport until

early-mid 19th century.

No 38 Seafield Street, the cottage abutting S NE gable is

not included in listing.

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