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Glenlora House, Gate Piers & Bridge

A Category B Listed Building in Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 55.7927 / 55°47'33"N

Longitude: -4.6663 / 4°39'58"W

OS Eastings: 232934

OS Northings: 658705

OS Grid: NS329587

Mapcode National: GBR 38.82UH

Mapcode Global: WH2N4.9N6M

Entry Name: Glenlora House, Gate Piers & Bridge

Listing Date: 27 June 1980

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 345508

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB12642

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Lochwinnoch

County: Renfrewshire

Electoral Ward: Johnstone North, Kilbarchan, Howwood and Lochwinnoch

Parish: Lochwinnoch

Traditional County: Renfrewshire

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Description

Circa 1840. Asymmetrical 2-storey, 4-bay house with slightly
advanced, pedimented, 3-storey entrance bay, low 2-storey
2-bay wing to north. Ashlar. Recessed door with sidelights
approached by balustraded steps, balustraded porch supported
on 2 pairs of Roman Doric columns: corniced, round-headed
bipartite above. 2nd floor has urns recessed in curved
angles; 1 window and eaves band and angle margins, mutule
cornice and blank crest to pediment. Projecting balustraded
ground floor bipartite in left bay. Round-headed tripartite
to right. Three 4-pane sashes in 1st floor windows. Sash
windows throughout; Deep projecting eaves; single and grouped
corniced stacks and piended slate roof, gabled over central
bay. Low wing to north in coursed squared whinstone with
ashlar dressings, gabled outer bay; variety of windows.
South elevation; slightly advanced, pedimented left bay.
Single, bipartite and canted windows.
Interior: some decorative plasterwork and late 19th century
wooden panelling. Square, panelled gatepiers with mutule
cornices; cast-iron gates.
Bridge is probably circa 1840. Single span round-arched
bridge over deep gully. Coursed rubble, balustraded parapet,
square piers and splayed south approach all ashlar.

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