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Kinnell, Kinnell House Steading

A Category B Listed Building in Killin, Stirling

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Coordinates

Latitude: 56.4669 / 56°28'0"N

Longitude: -4.3094 / 4°18'33"W

OS Eastings: 257815

OS Northings: 732920

OS Grid: NN578329

Mapcode National: GBR HCQM.JQF

Mapcode Global: WH3L4.SQ28

Entry Name: Kinnell, Kinnell House Steading

Listing Date: 5 October 1971

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 346873

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB13679

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Killin

County: Stirling

Electoral Ward: Trossachs and Teith

Parish: Killin

Traditional County: Perthshire

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Description

Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Planning Authority

The steading is situated immediately to the East of Kinnell House itself (see separate listing) and is constructed on a U-plan. The steading range contains an unusually large granary building of a type of which only 2 examples are thought to remain in the parish (see parallels with Auchlyne which has the other granary building). Dating from around the early to mid 19th century it retains its architectural character and formed an integral part of the estate.

The piended North West range incorporates 2 single storey and attic cottages with gabled dormers to the right. To the left is a single storey section with an arched opening with a timber boarded 2-leaf door in the South West elevation.

The South East range is a 2-storey steading/stables with hayloft above with regular spaced openings, with some louvred and some timber boarded openings to the hayloft. Its South elevation has a hayloft door with a pair of fine depressed-arched openings below. Attached to the East elevation is a later monopitch corrugated-iron addition.

The South West range is a 2-storey and attic granary with slit windows (many now filled in but still discernible). On its North East elevation is a later flat roof brick addition. Situated immediately to the South West of this range is a single storey building with a gable stack to the South East elevation. It presumably had an agricultural function but may have been later converted to form a chapel with the alteration of a window on the South West from a slit to form a Roman cross which has been outlined in granite. An adjacent door with 4-pane glazing to the upper half provides access to the timber floored interior.

MATERIALS

Predominantly white harl with the North West elevation of the North West range rubble stone. Predominantly timber sash and case windows, mostly 2-pane over 2-pane, some with horns to the North West range. Slate roofs.

Statement of Interest

Part of a B-group with 1st set of Urn Gatepiers on West Drive, Kinnell Urn Gatepiers on West Drive, Lion Gatepiers on West Drive, Ball Finial Gatepiers on South Drive, Kinnell House including Walled Garden and Ancillary Buildings, Yellow Cottage, Kinnell House Ice House.

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