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Latitude: 55.3436 / 55°20'37"N
Longitude: -3.7608 / 3°45'39"W
OS Eastings: 288426
OS Northings: 606924
OS Grid: NS884069
Mapcode National: GBR 265N.L8
Mapcode Global: WH5V3.6YCC
Entry Name: Dalveen Farm House Steading and Barn
Listing Date: 3 August 1971
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 335051
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB3884
Building Class: Cultural
County: Dumfries and Galloway
Electoral Ward: Mid and Upper Nithsdale
Traditional County: Dumfriesshire
Large 2-storey farmhouse built 1836 in style of William Burn,
courtyard steading to rear (north), tall free-standing barn
beyond. Minor alterations 1860 and later.
Farmhouse: coursed stugged ashlar with crow-stepped gables
and wall-head dormers. and 2 parallel, lower asymmetrical rear
wings around cobbled court; south elevation: 3 bays; advanced
wide gable left with porch projecting from re-entrant angle;
margined wide doorway with moulded reveals; small window
above; ground floor bipartites in outer bays (inserted) and
in recessed lower bay at left (armorial panel incorporated in
west gable of latter). Small-paned sash windows. Wall-head,
end and axial stacks, mostly paired corniced flues. Roofed
with graded slates.
Steading: 3 single storey ranges (taller north range has
loft) in U-plan, detached range at south with courtyard
entrance either side. Stugged, squared and snecked rubble
with ashlar dressings. North range has 2 cartways, series of
loft openings to either long wall, iron forestair to east
gable; east range (? byre) has slit ventilators and roof
lights; courtyard is cobbled, central midden enclosed by low
walls, with kennels at west end. Barn with (masonry) piers at
each corner and buttress central on each long wall -
intermediate cast-iron columns; boarded below eaves in gable
Roofed mostly with graded slates.
House is almost identical to Holm farmhouse, Penpont, which
is known to be by Burn. See S.R.O. GD 224/508/1/3.