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Latitude: 56.508 / 56°30'28"N
Longitude: -2.91 / 2°54'35"W
OS Eastings: 344092
OS Northings: 735475
OS Grid: NO440354
Mapcode National: GBR VM.DS28
Mapcode Global: WH7R5.8PK8
Plus Code: 9C8VG35R+62
Entry Name: Burnside of Duntrune, Highbroom
Listing Date: 10 December 1991
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 353230
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB18995
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Monifieth and Sidlaw
Traditional County: Angus
J Donald Mills and Godfrey D B Shepherd, 1924. 2-storey and attic, L-plan, late Arts and Crafts-style house. Harled brick, ashlar dressings, red tile roof, ribbed lead at entrance tower. Mostly single windows with ashlar cills, original frames unfortunately replaced with out-of-character uPVC double glazed units, original ogeed glazing pattern in round-headed windows to entrance tower; deep eaves, red tiles, piended roof, ashlar coped ridge stacks with uniform terracotta cans.
NE RE-ENTRANT ELEVATION: canted entrance and stair tower at central re-entrant angle breaking eaves, keystoned round-headed roll-moulded doorcase at centre, 2 decorative corbel stones at 1st floor, small round-headed window at left with moulded margins, 3 stepped stair windows with moulded cills at 1st floor, pinnacled octagonal-plan swept lead roof with ball and weathervane finial; wing at left has 3 windows at ground floor and 2 at 1st, asymmetrically arranged; wing at right has 2 windows at ground and 1st floor symmetrically arranged, single storey, piended roof bay with window at far right.
S ELEVATION: 3-bay, symmetrical. Single storey projection at centre with 3 windows to S, 1 window on left return and door on right return, moulded cornice with cast-iron balustrade, door and adjoining flanking windows at 1st floor, piended dormer above; windows at ground and 1st floor left and right; 2 windows at ground and 1st floor right return gable (dormer removed).
W ELEVATION: 5-bay (1-2-1-1), near-symmetrical. Single windows at ground and 1st floor, except bowed tripartite at ground floor far right; single storey piended roof bay at far left with 2 windows.
INTERIOR: fine well stair with vertically ribbed solid hardwood balustrade, domical vaulted ceiling; original chimneypieces removed. Round-arched, architraved and pilastered vestibule door.
Highbroom was built for Claude Bilton; the drawings are dated 1924.
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