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Latitude: 56.2238 / 56°13'25"N
Longitude: -2.8977 / 2°53'51"W
OS Eastings: 344435
OS Northings: 703833
OS Grid: NO444038
Mapcode National: GBR 2M.CWFD
Mapcode Global: WH7SJ.GTDM
Entry Name: Lahill House
Listing Date: 1 March 1984
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 349145
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB15508
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: East Neuk and Landward
Traditional County: Fife
Various building dates. Principal rebuild circa 1830 with substantial additions, including 4 bays of west block, and probably incorporating later 18th century fabric in east range. Further alterations and additions mid and later 19th century. All conforms to Scottish Jacobean manner. Rubble-built with ashlar dressings. West elevation: off-centre
crow-stepped mid 19th century porch with door in lugged architrave, similar date for ground mullion and transomed windows and 2 north bays. 12-pane sashes to 1st floor windows rising into finialed gable heads (with kneelers); 2 corbelled apex stacks with diamond flues and cornices, similar gable-end stacks. Original house possibly 3 bays,
extended circa 1830 and linked to front range, linking bay on south front with large circa 1860 mullioned and transomed window; 2 late 19th century single storey finialed window projections on south, the eastern canted. Crowstepped gable ends, finialed gabled dormers; slate roof.
Formerly Hallhill. House is described as in ruins in OSA (1795), and is still in ruins on SRO RHP9426 (surveyed 1826-7), but the NSA (1836) speaks of Mr Charles Halket-Craigie of Dunbarnie having "greatly embellished his lands of Hallhill". Porch shown on 1st ed OS (surveyed 1854); Date 1897 inscribed on lead roof of one projecting south bay, but both projecting bays are shown on 1893 OS survey.
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