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Latitude: 56.5102 / 56°30'36"N
Longitude: -2.8824 / 2°52'56"W
OS Eastings: 345789
OS Northings: 735694
OS Grid: NO457356
Mapcode National: GBR VN.0SHP
Mapcode Global: WH7R5.PMML
Plus Code: 9C8VG469+32
Entry Name: Saw Mill, Kellas
Listing Name: Kellas, Saw Mill and Cottage
Listing Date: 10 December 1991
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 353244
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB19008
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Monifieth and Sidlaw
Traditional County: Angus
Early 19th century. Single storey, attic and basement, built on falling ground, long rectangular-plan group including cottage with saw mill/joiner?s workshops attached. Pink and buff rubble sandstone, partly harled and mostly whitewashed with grey and purple slate and corrugated asbestos roof. Windows mostly 4-pane sash and case, and top-hopper; end and ridge stack with thackstanes.
E ELEVATION: 3-bay cottage at left with half-glazed door at centre,
2 slate-hung timber gable dormers, attic window to left return gable;
3 bays at far right with boarded door at centre, stone forestair to boarded door at basement right, piended roof; single storey lower wing at right with window at left and 2 doors at right, asbestos roof; further bay stepped down at outer right with door and piended roof.
W ELEVATION: 3 irregularly disposed windows to harled cottage at right, 2 windows at left, window at left return gable; window and blocked window at stepped down wing at left with further low bay at far left, both partly masked by advanced mono-pitch roofed addition.
The building is shown as a saw mill on the 1858 OS map and known locally as a joiner?s workshop. There are remains of a large stone building to the west, and a millstone suggesting that grain was once milled here. The interior was not inspected. The bridge adjoining has 2 depressed arches, dated at keystones 17 and 63 (or 83, these figures are partially obliterated); the bridge was widened and a new parapet added probably during the 19th century and there are the modern buttresses.
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