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The Neuk, Church Road, Liff

A Category B Listed Building in Monifieth and Sidlaw, Angus

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Coordinates

Latitude: 56.4857 / 56°29'8"N

Longitude: -3.0849 / 3°5'5"W

OS Eastings: 333285

OS Northings: 733146

OS Grid: NO332331

Mapcode National: GBR VH.57CT

Mapcode Global: WH6Q4.L76V

Plus Code: 9C8RFWP8+72

Entry Name: The Neuk, Church Road, Liff

Listing Name: Liff, Corner of Church and Woodside Road, the Neuk, (Formerly Liff Inn)

Listing Date: 25 February 1993

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 346260

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB13208

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Liff and Benvie

County: Angus

Electoral Ward: Monifieth and Sidlaw

Parish: Liff And Benvie

Traditional County: Angus

Tagged with: Inn

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Description

Dated 1740 and 1777. 2-storey, rectangular-plan, 3-bay former inn with adjoining single storey outbuilding. Pink and grey rubble masonry, mostly modern concrete margins, slate roof. Mostly sash and case windows, various glazing patterns. Tall, coped twice off-set wallhead stack to centre S elevation; coped end stacks.

S ELEVATION: door to centre approached by steps, plate glass window to left and right, three 12-pane windows to 1st floor, wallhead stack; single storey bay to left, door, half-piended roof to left.

E GABLE: window to ground floor left, small attic window.

W GABLE: single storey bay, blocked window to centre, further blocked window above at wallhead, brick stack; attic window to main gable.

N ELEVATION: asymmetrical. Boarded door with fanlight to centre left, ashlar margins with lintel inscribed ?IW.ES 1777?, small window to left, door blocked as 4-pane window to far left with lintel inscribed ?IW 1740?, plate glass window to right; 18-pane stair window, single window to 1st floor left, bipartite to right; advanced single storey bay to far right, window, door to left return.

INTERIOR: not seen.

Statement of Interest

The building is referred to as the village ?change house?, adjoining the former brewer?s establishment, in Stuart. Only a shed and roofless building remains of the brewery, which according to Dalgetty existed at lest as early as 1685 and remained within living memory (in 1933).

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