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Latitude: 56.0639 / 56°3'49"N
Longitude: -4.4617 / 4°27'41"W
OS Eastings: 246836
OS Northings: 688403
OS Grid: NS468884
Mapcode National: GBR 0Q.PZM3
Mapcode Global: WH3N0.FVM7
Plus Code: 9C8Q3G7Q+H8
Entry Name: Pavilion Block To W Of Central Steading, Buchanan Home Farm
Listing Name: Buchanan Farmhouse and Attached Steading (Flats 1-5 Buchanan Home Farm), Including Pair of Pavilion Blocks to North
Listing Date: 5 November 1973
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 335074
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB3898
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Forth and Endrick
Traditional County: Stirlingshire
Loch Lomond And Trossachs National Park Planning Authority
Late 18th/early 19th century with alterations; flatted probably later 20th century. 2-storey with later attic; 3-bay; farmhouse with flanking single storey L-shaped farm outbuilding wings (forming overall U-plan); pair of separate 2-storey; square-plan pavilion blocks attached to later farm buildings to N. Symmetrical design with regular fenestration to farmhouse and flanking pavilion-like projeting bays to principal (S) elevation. Harled. Eaves cornice to main complex.
S (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: 3-bay farmhouse to centre; central entrance with 20th century part-glazed piended-roofed porch; part-glazed panelled timber door set back. Flanking windows to ground and 1st floors and one above. Pair of inserted late 20th century dormers to roof; inserted skylight in between. 1st floor window to left return. Flanking single storey wings set back slightly ; 2 windows to that to right; one enlarged window (probably formerly 2 windows) to that to left. Slightly projecting outer flanking piended-roofed bays; window to each.
N and COURTYARD ELEVATIONS: pair of single storey wings project forward from either side of house. Altered openings; entrance (with late 20th century part-glazed door) to right and pair of windows to left to each wing. Space in between as entrance into courtyard. 1st floor window set back to centre of house; narrow lean-to to ground floor. Irregular openings to courtyard; both wings return for short distance at right angles on N side, partly enclosing it on this side.
E ELEVATION: pavilion-like bay projects to end of single storey wing to outer left. Long arm of wing set back to right; altered irregular fenestration; later porch to re-entrant.
W ELEVATION: pavilion-like bay projects to end of single storey wing to outer right. Long arm of wing set back to left; altered irregular fenestration.
PAVILION BLOCKS TO N: pair of 2-storey; square-plan; pavilion blocks at S end of later/significantly altered U-plan range of farm outbuildings; that to E with later lean-to section to E. Both with large inserted entrances to S. Single storey range adjoins W block to N; blocked entrance (formerly to attached range) to N side of E block. Stone steps up to 1st floor entrance to E side of W block; blocked ground floor window to W side. Ground floor opening to W side of E block.
UPVC windows to farmhouse; various large-pane timber framed and UPVC casement/fixed frame with top hopper elsewhere. Grey slate roofs; piended except to farmhouse. Coped gablehead stacks to either side (E and W) of farmhouse; round cans.
INTERIORS: not inspected (1999).
A carefully planned early farm steading; it must have originally been quite handsome with its symmetrical principal elevation with its flanking outer pavilion arrangement. It appears as 'Ibert' Farm on the 1865 OS map; which shows a further range of buildings grouped arround a U-shaped courtyard immediately to the N. An almost identical arrangement is to be found today (1999); however, with the exception of the above described pavilion blocks, the buildings appear to have been radically altered/rebuilt and are not included in the listing. It was built as an estate farm on the lands of the Duke of Montrose.
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