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Tyneholm House Stables

A Category B Listed Building in Pencaitland, East Lothian

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Coordinates

Latitude: 55.9078 / 55°54'28"N

Longitude: -2.8924 / 2°53'32"W

OS Eastings: 344310

OS Northings: 668657

OS Grid: NT443686

Mapcode National: GBR 8074.M2

Mapcode Global: WH7V2.JRXW

Entry Name: Tyneholm House Stables

Listing Date: 4 July 1986

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 353153

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB18938

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Pencaitland

County: East Lothian

Electoral Ward: Haddington and Lammermuir

Parish: Pencaitland

Traditional County: East Lothian

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Description

William Burn, circa. U-plan stable courtyard. Stugged, squared and snecked rubble, ashlar dressings. Gabled round-arched carriage entrance with hoodmould and blank panel. 2-bay carriage and hayloft block opposite with shallow segmental arches and louvred hayloft openings above; doorway at rear. T-plan cottage range adjoined to S (harled courtyard elevation), single storey. Corresponding range to N demolished and gable line evident on hayloft. Semi-circular coping to retaining walls of courtyard. 12-pane glazing pattern to windows on exterior elevations of cottage, in sash and case form. Gablet coping to skews and bracketted skewputts. Grey slates. Coped stone stacks.

Statement of Interest

Tyneholm House, also by Burn, listed separately.

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